You don't become a British boxing champion without a punishing training routine - and Tyrone Nurse is certainly not afraid of putting in the hard yards.

Combined with a strict diet which includes flaxseeds and scrambled egg whites, he mixes physical work with boxing training and key - but tough - sparring sessions in Doncaster and Manchester.

He trains under Chris Aston at Linthwaite - using Northern Fitness as a base - and will aim to drop to the 10st limit (63.5kg) for his light-welterweight title defence against Hull's Tommy Coyle at Leeds Arena on July 30.

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Huddersfield’s Tyrone Nurse will defend his British light-welterweight title against Hull’s Tommy Coyle next week.

The bout will take place at Leeds Arena on Leeds on Saturday, July 30, when local hero Josh Warrington will headline.