The 24-year-old has cruised to a record of 13-0-KO2 and caused a stir with a stoppage of former British and Commonwealth champion Colin Lynes in his last bout back in November.
The Portsmouth-born southpaw said: “I’m unbeaten and I’m the current WBC International Silver champion. I’ve got something serious in that belt that other people want so hopefully that will encourage people to fight me now.
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