Corcoran, who challenges Horn for the WBO title at the Brisbane Convention Centre on December 13, is working out at the Fortitude Gym in Newstead, alongside 2008 Olympian Todd Kidd, who beat Horn in both their amateur battles. Gary Corcoran failed to extract inside information on Jeff Horn. Picture: David CairdSource:News Corp Australia But the English gypsy has come up empty handed looking for inside tips on Horn despite asking Kidd’s former trainer Steve Deller to help in his corner on fight night. “We’re happy for Gary to train in our gym,’’ Deller said, “and he is sparring one of our fighters, Ben Kite, who is a rising star. It’s only fair that he gets the best preparation he can because everyone wants to see an exciting fight. Former Olympic boxer Todd Kidd (middle) with trainers John Burke (Left) and Steve Deller (Right). Picture: Darren EnglandSource:News Limited “Gary is going to give Jeff a very rough night but Jeff is a mate of mine and I’m not going against him in Gary’s corner.’’ Kidd, 32, who now runs a personal training business out of Deller’s gym, scored two amateur victories over the “Fighting Schoolteacher’’ before the 2012 Olympics. Horn said he learned a lot form the defeats and was “amazed’’ by Kidd’s speed and timing. Corcoran says Horn is over-rated, over-confident and over-reaching if he looks past him at a proposed fight with unbeaten American Terence Crawford in March. “Horn is very beatable,’’ Corcoran said, “but I’m not looking ahead of this, Horn is. “He’s talking about more fights. I’m just looking to beat him up and then see what happens after.’’ Horn, who was sporting a small bandage between the eyes when he collected the Courier- Mail/Channel 7 Queensland Sports Star of the Year award on Thursday night, said it was only “a flesh wound’’ and nothing for Corcoran to get excited about.