BOLTON boxer Jack Cullen is aiming for a winning return to the ring when he fights on the bill at Manchester’s AO Arena tonight.

Little Lever Meat Cleaver’s last outing was a demoralising third professional defeat when he was stopped by Frenchman Kevin Lelo Sadjo in their fight for the vacant European super-middleweight title in December.

The 28-year-old, who has 20 wins from his 24 outings to date, admits it was a huge disappointment but is now back raring to bounce back on the undercard of the welterweight clash between Conor Benn and South Africa’s Chris van Heerden.

Ahead of his super middleweight bout with Irish-based Slovakian Vladimir Belujsky, Cullen told VIP Boxing’s YouTube channel: “I let myself down big time last time out.

“I don’t know what it was I just didn’t feel myself that night.

“I was sat in the corner and not taking on board any instructions - it was strange.

“No excuses, the best man won but I would like rematch with a training camp geared towards him and not changing opponent late on like I did from a southpaw.

“But before any of that I have another chance here now at Manchester Arena again and I am absolutely buzzing for it.

“Everyone is buying tickets again and supporting me so I can’t ask for much more.

“The whole of Little Lever gets behind me and I appreciate that so much.”