Carl Fail has lifted the lid on his brotherly bond with his twin Ben - ahead of Carl's highly-anticipated professional debut on the action-packed March 12th #MTKFightNight.
Fail enters the paid ranks for the first time on next Friday's huge event at the University of Bolton Stadium, live in the US on ESPN+ in association with Top Rank, and worldwide on IFL TV.
He follows in the footsteps of his brother Ben who was victorious his debut back in September, and Carl is hoping to be just as successful.
Carl said: "I'm very excited for my debut. I have given my life to this sport since I was 11-years-old. It's been a hard transition from amateur to professional, but I'm enjoying the journey and learning in the gym every day.
"Me and my brother Ben walked into the boxing gym together and have been side by side ever since. Team GB was a good learning experience for me but I'm happy to be back with my twin.
"I was very proud of Ben when he made his debut, nobody sees what he has sacrificed for this sport and nobody deserves it more. Now it's my turn and I'm hoping to make my mark in the super-welterweight division."
The twin sensations first turned over in July 2020 with MTK Global. The extremely talented siblings have each had very illustrious amateur careers, with some of Ben’s achievements including a National title and a Haringey Box Cup title, while Carl was a multiple-time National and GB champion and a two-time European silver medallist.
Elsewhere on the huge #MTKFightNight on March 12, Lewis Crocker defends his WBO European welterweight title against Deniz Ilbay, Gary Cully squares off with Viktor Kotochigov for the vacant WBO European lightweight title, Isaac Lowe returns, Sahir Iqbal faces Liam Wells, Jordan Reynolds makes his professional debut against Robbie Chapman, plus Adam Azim is back in action.
It kicks off a huge 7 days, as on March 19, a massive #MTKFightNight takes place, as Lee McGregor challenges Karim Guerfi for his European bantamweight title, and Maxi Hughes meets Paul Hyland Jnr for the vacant British lightweight title.
The event on March 19 also sees Padraig McCrory face Germaine Brown in a clash of unbeaten super-middleweights, Shabaz Masoud goes up against Louis Norman, Jamie Robinson fights Billy Allington, Paul Ryan makes his professional debut against Kyle Hughes, and William Hamilton returns.