Kid Galahad Hopes To Become Mandatory By Year's End
By Chris McKenna, courtesy of The Daily Star
KID GALAHAD is on course for a world title shot next year after claiming the European super-bantamweight crown.
The Sheffield star, 24, claimed a comfortable unanimous points win over Spaniard Sergio Prado to pick up the 16th win of an unbeaten pro career.
And now he has his eyes on an even bigger prize in 2015 with the aim now to get into a mandatory position before this year ends.
He also has domestic rivals Scott Quigg and Carl Frampton in his sights.
He said: "In the next two fights we will look to get up the rankings. Hopefully, I will defend this title a few times too.
"By the end of the year, we shall be the mandatory challenger for the world title.
"We will not know who the best is out of myself, Scott and Carl until we are finished in boxing and we see who won the most and lasted the longest."