Brit basher Michael Katsidis could return to Britain and take on the winner of John Murray and Kevin Mitchell.
The Aussie powerhouse inflicted the first defeat to Mitchelll's unbeaten record last year at West Ham's Upton Park ground, and in 2007 he beat Graham Earl in an up-and-down thriller at Wembley Arena.
Former WBO Interim World Lightweight Champion Katsidis reckons Murray will have have too much for his Dagenham rival who collide in a huge Battle of Britain on July 9th at the Excel London, live on Sky Sports 1HD.
"I personally haven't seen John Murray fight as realistically I never believed he was serious about facing me. I do know that he fights hard and comes forward." Said Katsidis.
"I don't think Mitchell will be up to Murray's pressure, but this is all pending how Mitchell has held his approach to the fight,"
"I've already beaten Mitchell so a rematch wouldn't take me any further, but now Murray is with Frank Warren now, he is well known for making the big fights happen,"
"I'm sure Frank would like bit of good old revenge. Instead of the Ashes we could call it the Bashes!"
"I like a fight. I believe my fights say it all. Me fighting against any Brit would be enough to draw a crowd,"
"If it's one thing I love about England, it's they're passion for sport,"
"Furthermore I would like to wish Kevin and John good luck and a safe journey."
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