A few miles outside the hubbub of Leeds city centre stands Oulton Hall, a picturesque Grade II listed manor house popular with golfers, executives and wedding parties. A former psychiatric institution and one-time military hospital, this converted hotel serves as a base for featherweight contender Josh Warrington before he fights. Unlike many former inhabitants, however, Warrington requires little restoration. He’ll check into this leafy haven in perfect condition, before venturing down the winding drive to light up a city. “The day of the fight is such a mental battle you know, because so much is going through your head,” Warrington told Boxing Monthly. “You can let it eat away at you. It all comes down to that fight. I think a lot of fights are won or lost on the day – on the walk from the dressing room to the ring."