Date: 3rd February 2017 at 1:43pm
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After deciding that the amateur game was no longer for him and deciding to turn professional, the Welsh boxer Joe Cordina wants to get his career off to a flying start.

The 25-year-old, who turned professional on Wednesday and who has hooked up, like so many, with Eddie Hearn?s Matchroom Boxing, would like to showcase his talents on the undercard of the mega-fight scheduled for 29 April, at Wembley Stadium, when Anthony Joshua and Wladimir Klitschko go head-to-head for the IBF heavyweight title with the WBA Super and IBO crowns also at stake.

Talking to the media about his desire, Cordina has remarked to the BBC,

‘I want to be topping these bills and be on the likes of Klitschko v Joshua.

‘Obviously my aspiration is to win a world title and be a multi-weight world champion.

‘I spoke with Eddie and we did mention that bill.

‘Hopefully I can get on that which would be a lovely place to have my debut, if I’m ready in time.?

Let?s see if Eddie can sort it out!