Unbeaten British MMA star Michael “Venom” Page, who has become known among fight fans for his stylish knockout finishes, is looking to make the transition into professional boxing.

Page, who’s coming from a kickboxing background and currently holds a 12-0 professional MMA record, has been performing in the second biggest mixed martial arts promotion, Bellator MMA, since 2013.

Nicknamed ‘MVP,’ Page is considered one of the most entertaining English MMA fighters for his unusual, fluid fighting style and an array of knockouts dealt out with a single strike, including the notable flying knee finish versus Evangelista ‘Cyborg’ Santos at Bellator 158 event, which fractured his opponent’s skull.

However Page, originally from London, England, is now also looking to cross over to professional boxing’s super middleweight division with the aim of dethroning some of the sport’s biggest names.

“I feel like I’ve done enough outside of boxing to come in and I’m good enough to be pushed in the right way. I reckon I can step in here and start challenging some of the big names, as soon as possible,” Venom said in an interview with IFL TV.

In his preparations for the step into the noble art, Page has sparred with an array of top boxing talent, including Olympic gold medalist and current IBF super middleweight champion James DeGale, and also Chris Eubank, Jr.

Page has even hinted that he would be open to a fight with Eubank, who defends his IBO strap versus German veteran Arthur Abraham on Saturday, with the winner gaining a place in the World Boxing Super Series.

“He’s one of those names that everyone’s talking about, he’s at the top. I’ll wipe him out as well,” Page said.

It also became known on Tuesday that Page has signed with British heavyweight David Haye’s Hayemaker boxing promotional company.

Article source: rt.com.