What’s next for Josh Warrington ?
The featherweight division is one of the toughest as world level, unlike most divisions it doesn’t have a stand out or neither a weak champion.
They are all world class established fighters in their own right. In fact if you look inside the top 10 rankings, you’ll find anyone of them could well be a strong world champion.
After Lee Selby cleaned out the domestic level division, Warrington surprised the UK by going on a roller coaster ride and moving up to European honours within 12 months since his career took off after his English title win over Samir Mouneimne.
Before that Warrington was under the radar on the small hall shows and didn’t have one stoppage victory to his name.
Since he had his chance on the big stage he hasn’t looked back and gone from strength to strength and showed he has decent power.
The only worry now is the Leeds warrior is well above domestic level but will the jump to the 126 pound world glory be a bit to steep or will the journey continue to the top?
By Harry Walton