Former featherweight world title challenger, Ruben Villa is eager for a shot at IBF champion, Josh Warrington.
Warrington is ready to make a primary defence of the belt he reclaimed with victory over Kiko Martinez in March towards necessary challenger, Luis Alberto Lopez in Leeds on December 10, dwell on DAZN.
Villa (19-1, 6 KOs), who suffered a primary skilled loss when he was crushed on factors by Emanuel Navarrete in his bid to win the WBO crown in October 2020, is hopeful of a future shot at ‘The Leeds Warrior’ and the American insists he could be keen to journey to the UK for a showdown.
“Proper now we’re simply engaged on build up once more,” the 25-year-old told proboxing-fans.com.
“In order that subsequent time after I go for a world title, that s***’* coming residence with me.
“Josh Warrington’s an excellent champion. Why not go to the UK and struggle over there?
“Man that may be fairly dangerous a**.”
The Californian former standout newbie bounced again from defeat to Navarette, knocking out Horacio Garcia within the ninth spherical in April.
‘Drac’, who holds a prime 10 rating within the WBO behind his former rival admits he’s in search of a rematch with the Mexican two-weight world champion, who has made three additional defences of his belt since their bout.
Requested what he learnt from the struggle, Villa added: “I learnt to get again up and preserve going man.
“[I] obtained knocked down just a few instances for the primary time in my profession and I didn’t panic, I didn’t fold.
“I didn’t push the panic button and I completed fairly robust within the second half of that struggle.”
“The rematch I’d end a little bit stronger, however I’d begin a little bit extra cautious.
“Figuring out how he comes up with that bizarre uppercut jab.
“So I’d sort of be extra ready for that, blocking that and sort of simply getting off his errors.”
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