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Kid Galahad says Jazza Dickens has improved since they last fought

“One hundred percent he’s improved,” said Kid Galahad. The Sheffield contender was being asked whether he felt former foe Jazza Dickens is a different man to the one he met and defeated when they first fought in 2013. “If I say he hasn’t improved it’s a bit ignorant. He’s come...
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Jazza Dickens expects tougher Kid Galahad matchup than when they sparred

In 2013, two talented young pros and members of boxing’s ‘Who Needs Him Club’ met at the Magna Centre in Rotherham. Sheffield’s Kid Galahad stopped Liverpool’s Jazza Dickens in 10 rounds for the vacant British junior featherweight title and eight years on they meet again, this time as one of the featured bouts in Matchroom’s Fight Camp on August 7.
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Kid Galahad Expects Fireworks in Rematch With Jazza Dickens

Jazza Dickens says he always knew he would cross paths with Kid Galahad again ahead of their IBF featherweight title fight next month. The two men will meet for the vacant belt at Matchroom Fight Camp on August 7, on week two of a three-week fight series that is broadcast live on DAZN.
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Jazza Dickens Confident He'll Shock Kid Galahad, Win IBF Title

Jazza Dickens feels his activity over the last few years give him a huge advantage over Kid Galahad ahead of the potential world title showdown between the duo. The IBF has ordered Dickens and Galahad to enter negotiations for a fight for the vacant IBF featherweight title, after former champion Josh Warrington opted to vacate the belt.
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Jazza Dickens Weighs Options As Purse Bid Looms For Galahad Title Fight

Kid Galahad has moved from one title fight rematch to another. That’s if James ‘Jazza’ Dickens decides to accept the fight or move in another direction. A vacant title fight has been ordered by the International Boxing Federation (IBF) between Galahad and Dickens, its top two contenders in the wake of Josh Warrington abandoning the title on Jan. 21. Talks were ordered between camps although a purse bid hearing has already been scheduled to take place on Feb. 4.