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Tokyo 2020: Gravesend boxer Cheavon Clarke talks Olympics, turning professional and why he's only interested in gold on Kent's Sporting Dreams podcast

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Gravesend boxer Cheavon Clarke is hoping to qualify for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics later this month.

It's been an amazing journey for the 29-year-old, who was a latecomer to the sport at Gravesham ABC.

In an in-depth interview on our Kent's Sporting Dreams podcast, Clarke talks about why there's no added pressure on reaching Tokyo and how he wants to entertain.

Clarke describes himself as a "baby" in international terms, and how he has his party in the ring after making sacrifices to focus on his sport.

He talks proudly about his selection with Team GB, why he doesn't look happy on the podium and how much money it would take for him to turn professional tomorrow.

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