DEE Walsh starts the new season eyeing titles.
The 24 year old light middleweight wants to buckle as many titles as his waist will support over the coming year.
The confident Belfast fighter feels he is ready for a step in class and hopes his team agree to move him toward titles over the new season.
Adam Grabiec is next in line for a fighter, who has registered two first round stoppages since returning from a nigh on two year sabbatical, and he hopes an impressive performance will persuade manager Mark Dunlop to get him a title fight.
“I want titles for the new season, as many belts around my waist as I can fit,” the prospect told Irish-boxing.com.
“I am ready to step up anytime because I work so hard with Gerard McCaffrey, Sean McCullagh and Gerard Healy pushing me all the way, but I trust in my manager Mark Dunlop and his plan for me. My destiny lies with him, I just have to keep in shape and keep winning.”
The stylist felt he answered questions about of his power in his last two fights and the fighter and can’t predict his upcoming bout on the Night of Champions will go the scheduled six.
“I’m not sure, last time I predicted a late stoppage but he couldn’t handle my power, I don’t know if anyone can at light middleweight!”