Former European, British and Commonwealth 122lbs champion Kid Galahad says he’s aiming to step up his comeback after doping ban in 2014 when he fights Emiliano Salvini on the Brook-Golovkin undercard on Saturday night at the O2 Arena in London.
Galahad recently made his comeback to boxing in April after two years out of the sport. He was banned after performance enhancing drugs in his test results. The Sheffield boxer strongly denied the accusations but the authorities up-held the ban.
In the video above Galahad speaks about his comeback and the chance’s of his friend and training partner Kell Brook when he takes on Gennady Golovkin for the middleweight titles.
So confident that his fellow Yorkshireman will beat GGG, Galahad has put a £500 bet on Brook to cause a massive upset this weekend.