Date: 27th July 2016 at 5:11pm
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Also in Leeds on Saturday night is a tasty encounter at featherweight.

Josh Warrington who has an unbeaten record that reads 23-0 with 4 wins coming by knockout, is hoping to move close to taking a world title fight against the IBF champion Lee Selby, by taking on Patrick Hyland.

Hyland will enter the ring with a record that reads 31-2 with 15 wins coming by way of knockout, but one of those two defeats was a second round defeat at the hands of the current WBC featherweight champion Gary Russel Jnr.

It could be a difficult night for Warrington but backed by his plethora of vociferous supporters, Josh reckons he?ll get the win he craves, remarking to the media,

?There?s a lot at risk against Patrick but that?s how it should be.

?I?ve seen how he fights and I know I?m not going to have to go looking for him. He comes to fight?.

It should be a cracker of a fight but I?m going for Warrington by a late stoppage, how about you?