Gallahad targers Frampton and Casey Again
UNBEATEN Kid Galahad has set his sights on Ireland’s Carl Frampton and Willie Casey.
The Sheffield based Hennessy Sports prospect stretched his unblemished record to 12-0 via victory over Barnley’s Josh Wale last Saturday night and is eager to add a know fighter to his record.
The 22 year old wants to move wants to mix with the domestic elite and has former unbeaten European champ Casey and Commonwealth strap holder on his radar.
Galahad, who trains in the Ingle Gym established by Dublin boxing legend Brendan Ingle, is confident he could ‘expose’ the duo if he shared the ring with either Irish fan favourite.
“I want to be back in the ring in two or three months’ time and hopefully I’ll get one of those two,” said Galahad about the Irish duo. “Frampton is the one that makes sense but i don’t think he wants it.”
“The better opponents I face, then the better I fight, and I would expose either of them just like I did with Josh Wale,” he added before discussing his victory over Wale.
“It was a good performance but I can get a lot better. I knew what I was going to do against Wale – break him down, dishearten him and then take him out.
“If he had carried on any further then he would have ended up in a really bad condition and I don’t think he’ll ever be the same after this fight. I hurt him but he kept on coming, and after a while I was hitting him with shots he just couldn’t see.
“After the fight he told me that he didn’t realise how good I was. That’s the key though, in boxing, it’s not about how tough you are or how hard you can hit. It’s a smart man’s game.”