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Laws: I’ve got the hardest fight of my career against Charlton

Laws faces Charlton behind closed doors in Peterborough on Saturday

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Joe Laws says he's prepared for a step up against Rylan Charlton on Saturday
Joe Laws says he's prepared for a step up against Rylan Charlton on Saturday

Joe Laws says he is not feeling the pressure ahead of a “massive step up” against Rylan Charlton in Peterborough on Saturday.

Unbeaten Newcastle favourite, Laws (9-0, 5 KOs) meets fellow undefeated prospect, Charlton (5-0-1, 2 KOs) behind closed doors on the undercard of Lewis Ritson’s clash against Miguel Vazquez.

The ‘Benwell Bomber,’ who has created a raucous following in his hometown says he will not be fazed by the lack of support.

“It’s a massive step up. He hasn’t been beat before, he’s a prospect he’s coming with winning ambitions and he swings.

“He’s a strong opponent, he can bang, so I’m looking forward to the challenge.

“It’s the first fight where a few people are saying ‘Joe Laws is going to get beat,’ so I’m like fine we’ll see.”

Laws discusses his training camp switch to Lanzarote, the opportunities provided by Eddie Hearn and Sky Sports, Conor Benn and more.

Watch the full interview below:

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