It is going to be a hometown yield for Warrington from the most Yorkshire grudge game against his older amateur rival.
Warrington, 28, caused a major upset if he outpointed defending champion Lee Selby in front of 25,000 fans at Elland Road, home of the beloved Leeds United last May.
Warrington (28-0) was eye-ing a unification battle against WBO champion, Oscar Valdez but the IBF ordered him to manage Galahad and bag bids were won with the champion’therefore promoter, Frank Warren.
He’s currently trained by Brendan’s son Dominic.
Galahad, whose can be known as Barry Awad last boxedin December, easily out-pointing Brayan Mairena over eight rounds.
Warrington, a former English, British, Commonwealth, European and also WBC international champion boxed Galahad twice once they were winning both competitions online things.
He explained: ldquo;most of sudden folks are saying I am capable of beating every feather weight in the world and with that comes expectation.
“I will go in to this struggle because the bookies’ preferred, but I’ll be 100 per cent focused and looking to execute a project.
“I knew Barry if we were and he had been always a good guy, but on the last few years he appears to get shifted and put on a character to blag fans, himself or enemies.
“He did well at super-bantamweight, but he has defeated no one for a feather weight and he has lost respect from me for some of his antics.
“I do would like to be Ring Magazine champion, possess all the straps and they’re in touching space. I can beat all the featherweights.
“I am focusing only on Barry, but once this I want one of those other world champions. I would like champion after champion. ”
Galahad, 28, said: ldquo;Josh’s biggest advantage is people under estimate him and he’s a great deal better compared to what he looks.
“He’so strong, tough, durable and mentally strong, but I have got the skill, will and mental toughness to beat him.
“He also beat me fair and straightforward if we were amateursdown the line I knew I’d always fight him . That is professional Boxing, different game.
“Exactly why am I the man to beat him? I know mentally I am on a different level and I have the best team in British Boxing.
“He will walk onto an attempt, he’s going to have hurt very badly along with his dad who trains him will halt the fight because he’ll create a psychological decision and give in round round six, seven or eight. ”
Warrington snapped : “This forecast gets me giggle. It’s funny how these scenarios get drawn up. He isn’t directly in contact with reality and talking daft. It’s park material.
“He can spout off everything he enjoys, but as soon as the first bell moves will be me against him and we’ll see just how special he and his team are subsequently. ”
BT Sport Possess the exclusive and live TV rights for Warrington v Galahad in the UK.