In less than a year, Paul Butler has experienced the high of winning a world title and the low of losing in a challenge for another. "The first shot Tete threw was a jab to the body in the first round. That jab to the body, that power, I hadn’t felt anything like it in my life," the 26-year-old Butler told Boxing Monthly when looking back on his first professional loss to IBF super-flyweight champion Zolani Tete. "That jab was harder than Stuart Hall’s right hand. I’ve never felt power like it, it was unbelievable." A rejuvenated Butler returns on 11th July at Manchester Velodrome. BM talked to the refreshingly honest former IBF bantamweight champion as he plots his route back to the top.