HAVING been born and raised, in boxing terms, inside Sheffield’s storied Wincobank gym, featherweight Kid Galahad doesn’t have to look far for inspiration. It’s all around him. It’s in the ring and on the bags. It’s on the walls. It’s on the end of a phone.
In recent times, Galahad has called upon the wisdom of ‘Prince’ Naseem Hamed, a former world featherweight champion and perhaps the Wincobank’s most famous export. He has done so not only because Hamed remains one of Britain’s finest ever fighters, so is always a priceless source of insight, but because Galahad’s IBF featherweight title fight against Josh Warrington on Saturday (June 15) is the most important of his career to date.
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