By Chris McKenna, courtesy of The Daily Star
KID GALAHAD believes domestic rivals Scott Quigg and Carl Frampton are running scared of him.
The undefeated super-bantamweight faces Australian Fred Mundraby for the Commonwealth title on May 10 in his hometown of Sheffield.
Galahad is hoping a win over Mundraby will move him closer to a crack at domestic duo Quigg and Frampton, who are both chasing world honours.
But the recently-crowned European champion reckons the pair are afraid to take him on.
He said: "I'm not looking past this kid, I know he will be coming with a game-plan and he'll be confident.
"But when I enter that ring I know what I need to do and I know I can push myself to do whatever it takes to win.
"I'm going to show exactly why Carl Frampton vacated his European title rather than fight me and why Quigg and his promoter daren't even mention me in the same sentence.
"I personally I know they want no part of me."Tags: Paul Truscott , Carl Frampton , Kid Galahad