JOSH WARRINGTON is relishing the prospect of making the first defence of his world title against Carl Frampton – insisting the calibre of his opponent speaks volumes about his desire to unify the featherweight division.
Josh Warrington has been in no hurry to let his victory over Lee Selby go. His bloodstained shorts are still in his house. A promotional poster printed before the fight is pinned to his fridge. “I’ll be keeping all of it,” he said. “It’s part of what went on that night.”