Liverpool featherweight Jazza Dickens took to Twitter on Wednesday evening to say he has accepted terms for a potential fight with Josh Warrington.
The fight is reportedly being eyed for June 10th in London.
Dickens’ tweet read: “@J_Warrington team have reached out for a fight, accepted EVERYTHING…on your terms. Balls back in your court champ. LETS GO!!!”
The Liverpudlian claimed the IBO title at featherweight with a ten-round points victory over Lerato Dlamini in October last year
Speaking to BBTV post-fight, Dickens expressed his eagerness to be back among the big names at 126lbs.
“When you lose, you miss it [being called out]. You realise, these c***s aren’t calling me out anymore. But then when you get a belt back you realise, ‘yeah, that’s where I belong, getting called out’.”
Warrington meanwhile hasn’t fought since his bruising majority-decision loss to Luis Alberto Lopez in December.
The fight saw the Briton surrender his IBF title at featherweight and is now eager to land more big fights as he looks to climb the ladder again at 126lbs.