ALTHOUGH highly touted American prospect Shakur Stevenson is closing in on the featherweight champions, he remains, despite his eagerness, a high risk, low reward proposition easy to avoid.
That’s the view of IBF champion Josh Warrington’s manager Steve Wood, who has defended his man’s right to swerve Stevenson’s advances and look for big fights elsewhere.
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