Ex-Man United Star Ferdinand Set To Become Professional Boxer

Rio Ferdinand

Previous Manchester United protector Rio Ferdinand has affirmed that he is set to commence his expert boxing profession.

Ferdinand, 38, made the declaration on his instagram page on Tuesday

The ex-England protector has banded together with wagering organization Betfair and will be instructed by Team Great Britain coach Richie Woodhall.

He however still needs to get his permit and is at cruiserweight right now – yet he could climb to light-heavyweight.

“Boxing is an astounding game for the brain and the body,” Ferdinand composed on his instagram.

“I have dependably had an energy for it and this test is the ideal chance to indicate individuals what’s conceivable.

“It’s a test I’m not trifling with, unmistakably not every person can turn into an expert boxer, but rather with the group of specialists Betfair are assembling and the drive I need to succeed, the sky is the limit.”

Ferdinand joined Manchester United from Leeds United in 2002 and won six Premier League, two League Cups, four FA Community Shield, one UEFA Champions League and one FIFA Club World Cup.

He spoke to England at two World Cups in Korea/Japan 2002 and Germany 2006.

In the wake of leaving Manchester United in 2014, Ferdinand joined Queens Park Rangers before resigning in 2015.

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