Check out below for what one of Scotland's youngest rising heavyweight stars had to say after we asked him about his boxing journey so far.
It was incredible the amount I have learned just through the whole fight week with press conferences, weigh-ins, multiple interviews and obviously fight night was all
When I was fighting amateur it was more fencing than it was fighting, but I have nothing against the amateur game it just didn't flatter my style of fighting
It was a very bitter pill to swallow but I am strong minded and brushed myself of and got back to work, straight away taking a hugely risky fight in Jone Valou in which I proved my self
Don't get me wrong it's nice having that status but i think it shows more grit, heart and determination to keep comeback at every setback
I think there are many contenders but not many of them are willing to fight
Boxing has become a household sport again, felt as if it had died down for a while but with the massive shows that are being put on by likes of Matchroom, Boxnation, MTK etc, everyone's talking about it
My goal is to win belts, be involved in mega fights and entertain the boxing fans
I love the sport but the fights and fighters I watch were the real old school one, like your Jack Dempseys, Rocky Marcianos proper fighters
Jack Dempsey is my favourite fighter of all time
I see it being an early night for me I'm feeling good and I intend to up my work rate and push the fight from start to finish
It's an incredibly hard fight to call, it all depends on how well Canelo holds a shot, Golovkin is a power house, I think GGG late on stoppage or Canelo points
Tonight, Jay looks to avenge his loss against David Howe in Glasgow, at the MTK Scotland’s Boxing Dinner Club. We wish Jay all the best!