Undefeated super-welterweight Joe Pigford 11-0 exclusively told 4c Sports Media that he is aiming for the British title in 2017.
Pigford who is trained by Wayne Batten has looked impressive on BoxNation since signing with Frank Warren in originally back in April 2015.
Joe “The Pig” Pigford is a fan friendly fighter having knocked out his last seven opponents and only the durable William Warburton has taken him the distance in eleven professional bouts to date – with his record now reading 11-0 (10KO).
When asked on his opinion about Liam Williams’ up-coming defense of the British super-welterweight title against Ahmet Patterson in December (which has now been cancelled), Pigford said:
“I will have a close eye on fights like that, obviously because they are future opponents. Hopefully there will be a match made there for the British title.”
Ahead of December 3rd I had the chance to catch up with Joe Pigford to talk all things his career, his immediate goals and future aspirations in the ring:
The Southampton super-welterweight headlines Shamrock Promotions’ “Home Coming” in Guildhall, Southampton on December 3rd alongside stable mate featherweight Ryan Garner.
On the undercard is middleweight Matty Legg, undefeated bantamweight Thomas Kindon (9-0) and Southampton Super Flyweight Ricky Little makes his 2nd professional performance.