Quinn will face the Manchester fighter at Rainton Meadows Arena on Saturday and is highly confident of putting on a show for the expected sell-out crowd.
Speaking exclusively to SportsByte, Newcastle based Quinn said: “The focus for me will be go out and perform, put on a show for the crowd and if I pick the win up along the way so be it.
“Somehow I don’t feel that it’s going to be an “if” in this fight though.”
Quinn goes into the fight with an impressive record of 6-2, which includes wins over Shaun Lomas and Dan Hope and he feels it’s his stand-up game that will separate him in this fight against the 16-7 Inman.
The Irish-born fighter said: “In terms of edge I’m not going to go and say I’m better everywhere, I’m not. There are still a lot of holes in my game but striking there is not. I put a lot of time into my striking and everybody knows about it.
“They have seen my videos on social media, seen the people who I train with and articles the like of Ross Pearson have mentioned me in. This is my biggest edge on Matt.
“I also feel that my casual approach to a fight is a huge edge. A fight is just a fight to me, it’s not a monumental occasion it’s just something I train for and do well at and I’m looking forward to doing it again on November 28.”
Made4TheCage is again breaking new ground with this show that features top fighters like Colin ‘Freakshow’ Fletcher and James ‘The Juggernaut’ Mulheron in what looks like the best fight card to date for the company.
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