Worth: “This one to me is so big because of what is potentially on the other side that it’s like my world title fight”
David Worth has branded his heavyweight showdown with home rival David Allen his “world title fight”.
The pair are attributable to collide on the undercard of Dillian Whyte-Oscar Rivas at The O2 on July 20, dwell on Sky Sports activities Field Workplace.
Worth (24-6, 19 KOs) returns on the again of a disqualification win over Kash Ali after being bitten by the Birmingham heavyweight throughout their 10-rounder in March.
“This is massive, this is probably the biggest fight of my career,” Worth advised Sky Sports activities.
“However it’s not the primary time I’ve been in a crossroads combat, so to talk, as a result of as quickly as you have misplaced a few fights, each combat is a so-called crossroads combat.
“However this one to me is so large due to what’s doubtlessly on the opposite aspect that it is like my world title combat.
“This is coming for me at the right time this fight 100 per cent, and I’m going to show on the night, put a performance in and make people sit up and take notice of me.”
Allen (17-4-2, 16 KOs) has rejuvenated his profession underneath Darren Barker and secured a morale-boosting victory over former world champion Lucas Browne in April.
“He’s had a bit of up and down himself,” added Worth. “He is had some low factors himself, lately he is had extra of his excessive factors so he is obtained a little bit of momentum going ahead.
“I suppose he is carried out properly, so I’m trying ahead to the problem however it’s a combat I’m anticipating to win.”