“When Brian was training me I was still working with Pat in the gym so I am familiar with his methods.”
“On the night it might feel a bit different because I am used to certain things, but it won’t affect me.
“It is one of the things you have to deal with. I have gone through everything in my head and it’s going to be fine.”
Quigg who is also due to meet British champion Jason Booth in October has won all 21 pro fights.
Varela, 28, has won 19 of his 24 fights and formerly held the Venezuelan and WBC Latino titles.
In the most recent published WBA rankings Quigg is ranked fourth and Varela a few places below at tenth.
The last few for show which will not be televised are priced £75(VIP Ringside), £55 (Ringside) and £35 General admission and available from www.brandhatton.com /0844 847 2500/ 01925 755222
July 19, 2011