“I can't wait to land those first clean blows and hear the roar of the crowd cheering me on”
The GB boxing squad will start the final weeks of preparation at a training camp in central France.
"It's like a ghost town. There's no-one about and when we go out for a little walk in the evening, people close their blinds but you can see their eyes peering out," revealed Ogogo.
"It's like a weird horror film but it's great because it's really secluded. There's nothing to do, but the facilities are brilliant and that's probably a good thing because you're only ever focusing on the one goal."
The Olympic tournament will take place at the Excel Arena and Ogogo is hoping for plenty of noisy support.
"There's going to be 10,000 Brits there, and I can't wait to land those first clean blows and hear the roar of the crowd cheering me on. That's going to give me a massive buzz," he added.
"When you go away to all these obscure places, it's either dead because there's no local boxer fighting or you're boxing against the local favourite and there's 10,000 people against you, so it's going to be so nice hearing all these people cheering when I land a punch, instead of when I take a punch. It's going to be great."
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