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Boxing news: Josh Warrington makes unification promiseJosh Warrington wants to clean up the featherweight division with big fight after big fight after dusting off ‘ridiculous’ Kid Galahad in Leeds this Saturday. The IBF featherweight champion scoffed at Galahad’s claim that he has nothing new to show after his victories over Lee Selby and Carl Frampton last year. And once he has proved him wrong, War

rington intends to hammer the point home. He aims to unify the division with huge showdowns against WBA champion Leo Santa Cruz, WBC king Garry Russell Junior and WBO top dog Oscar Valdez. Warrington said: “If Galahad is approaching the fight th

inking I’ve shown my best then it’s music to my ears –there’s plenty for me to bring. Warrington beat Carl Frampton last time out (Image: Getty Images) Read MoreRelated ArticlesTyson Fury now more popular than Anthony Joshua, claims Ricky Hatton “I’m far from my actual peak and what I’m capable of doing. “I had to do what I had to do to win those fights against Selby and Frampton. “It’s funny when people say, ‘Oh, well, he has shown his best and blah, blah, blah’. I’m unbeaten and I won the las

t two fights against world-level opponents in quite a fashion, I’ve not just pinched them. “The Selby fight was a split decision but everyone who was there knew I won the fight convincingly. “And the same with Carl as well

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ad is Warringtons next opponent (Image: PA) Read MoreRelated ArticlesBoxing news: Roberto Duran documentary provides unique insight into Panama icon “So for Galahad to say stuff like that, I just find it ridiculous, but I’m not surprised because everything he seems to say is ridiculous.” Warrington is confident Galahad isn’t of the same calibre as his last two

opponents. But, even so, he won’t take him lightly after A心水一点必中特什么动物 ndy Ruiz’s victory over Anthony Joshua showed you can never write off an opponent. Warrington added: “I wouldn’t say that has sharpened my senses. It’s a reminder, but I’m wise enough to know how this sport works. “I still feel like I’m climbing, though, I’m not where I want to be and I can’t afford to have that slip-up. “I want to keep the momentum going. I’d love to go Santa Cruz, Russell – that green and gold belt is lovely – then finish off with Valdez and just have a right old tear-up.” Read MoreSport top stories Federer given fright at Australian OpenPoignant images of Kobe coaching G

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