Heavyweight contender Fabio Wardley is greater than prepared for a showdown with Nick Webb.
The 2 boxers have been each in motion final month in Gibraltar, as a part of the undercard to the rematch between Dillian Whyte and Alexander Povetkin.
Webb demolished unbeaten Erik Pfeifer, who was on the lookout for a showcase win in opposition to the British prospect.
Wardley confronted his stiffest take a look at in knocking out world title challenger Eric Molina.
Based on Wardley, he is already pushed for a battle with Webb previously and nothing has modified based mostly on final month’s outcomes.
He believes the battle is now much more marketable with their current victories.
“Yeah, positively, it could be battle to make,” Wardley informed the Ringside Toe 2 Toe podcast.
“It is one which we have really requested for beforehand earlier than, as nicely. We have tried to make it even earlier than Nick’s win on the weekend, so it has been on the radar, it has been on the playing cards.
“I feel now, even after his win, it simply makes it a bit extra obvious and a bit extra apparent to make. It ought to make the entire technique of it simpler. It is positively there. It is positively an possibility.”
Through the battle with Molina, Wardley had some points within the early rounds and was rocked within the fifth spherical.
However when Molina jumped in to complete a buzzed Wardley off, the unbeaten Brit started to unload with combos and caught the veteran with a counter that put him down for the rely.
“Within the second, it was all fairly a flurry,” stated Wardley.
“I made a decision to simply let some go. Watching it again, there was a proper hand and a extremely brief, however sharp left hand that I simply thudded straight down, which jolted his head probably the most, which has then despatched him on his manner. There have been sure query marks over me. Do I’ve a chin? Can I take a punch?
“I feel not less than in that circumstance, I handed that sort of chin test. I took that and bounced again one of the best ways I might by getting him out of there. Do not get me flawed, he hit me clear flush and I took it, however I’ve taken large photographs like that in sparring, so I knew it was there.”