JAMIE Cox’s trainer John Costello says his fighter will be ready for whatever Rocky Fielding can throw at him in September.

The Swindon southpaw had his British super-middleweight title fight with Fielding confirmed earlier this week with a date in September and venue still to be announced.

However, Costello says that they will leave ‘no stone unturned’ to ensure that the Lord Lonsdale strap heads back to Swindon.

“We’ve got the utmost respect for Rocky Fielding, but Jamie Cox beats him all day long,” Costello told the Advertiser. “If Rocky Fielding wants to come out swinging, great, Jamie has the power to do that.

“If Rocky wants to run all night then Jamie will chop him down - there is no way Jamie loses.”

Cox made his Matchroom debut at the end of May when he claimed the WBA inter-continental title following a technical decision win over Lewis Taylor.

Following that fight, Costello felt that Fielding, whose only defeat came in a first round stoppage against Callum Smith, would be better suited to moving up to light-heavyweight rather than defend his 12st Lonsdale belt against the former Walcot amateur.

“Unless Rocky Fielding wanted to vacate the British title then he had no choice but to fight Jamie,” Birmingham-based trainer said.

“But I don’t see where Rocky goes without the British title. It has been suggested that the winner of this fight will move on to fight for world honours by the end of the year.

“This is a good fight and one we are looking forward to. Whatever Rocky Fielding turns up we will be ready.

“I don’t look too much into his defeat to Callum Smith. He got caught early on, then he rocked Callum before he was caught again.”

Cox will begin his training camp for the fight in September on Monday with the former WBO European champion on a short holiday this week.

“Jamie went away on Tuesday and he will be back home tomorrow and then it is straight into camp,” the trainer said.

“We will leave no stone unturned in our preparation for Rocky Fielding.”