Josh Kelly has warned Gabriel Corzo he is in a world of "trouble" when the pair meet on June 24.
Kelly collides with the unbeaten Argentinean at the Vertu Motors Arena in Newcastle later this month, with the packed Wasserman Boxing event shown live on DAZN.
Kelly, who displayed speed and power during Friday’s training session at The Booth Boxing Gym, knows victory over the tough Corzo will put him within touching distance of a shot at the world title.
Kelly, ranked at number two by the WBO, says a win will also bring his dream of fighting for the top prize at the Stadium of Light - the home of his beloved Sunderland AFC - next summer, that bit closer to being a reality.
The 2016 Olympian feels unstoppable, believes he is about to enter his “prime” years.
“It is going to be an explosive performance on June 24 and my skillset, coupled with the way I am performing at the moment, means I can’t be matched. I am looking for the big names now,” Kelly declared.
“Having just turned 29, I am coming into my prime and Corzo is going to be in trouble later this month.
“I know I will get the chance for this world title in the next 12 months and I will win it.”
Kelly vs Corzo headlines a night of boxing in Newcastle on June 24, with Liam Dillon and Qais Ashfaq battling it out for the vacant British super featherweight title, in the co-main event.
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