Warrington has defied expectation en route to becoming a world champion. Few predicted him to snatch the title away from Lee Selby last May.
Even fewer expected him to successfully defend it against Carl Frampton in December.
But after that phenomenal 2018, the Leeds fighter will relinquish that underdog status when he takes on mandatory challenger Galahad – who admits Saturday will be a career-defining night for him.
Like Warrington, he comes into the fight with an unblemished record with the two Yorkshire men boasting near-identical professional numbers – although Galahad boasts more than double the number of KO wins.
Warrington’s stunning rise has him tipped as the favourite – but Galahad will be out to put on a show-stopping performance akin to the one his opponent provided at Elland Road last year to win his first world title.
Date, UK start time and venue
Warrington vs Galahad takes place on Saturday 15 July at the First Direct Arena in the champion's hometown of Leeds.
Undercard coverage begins at 8pm with the main event pencilled in for the usual 10:30pm slot.
TV channel and live stream
The fight will be televised live on BT Sport 1.
Betting odds | Provided by Betfair | Subject to change (UK and Ireland only)
- Warrington to win: 1/4
- Galahad to win: 11/4
- Draw: 20/1
Method of victory:
- Warrington to win via points or decision: 4/6
- Warrington to win via KO/TKO: 7/2
- Galahad to win via points or decision: 7/2
- Galahad to win via KO/TKO: 12/1
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While Warrington doesn’t possess the one-punch power needed to rack up KOs, his superb engine sets him apart.
The champion to defend his belt via decision.