Adam Azim has warned Rylan Charlton that attempting to test his chin with an aggressive approach in Sunday’s super lightweight clash will be “dangerous” for him.
The pair came face-to-face on Friday at Alexandra Palace, where Azim, one of British boxing’s brightest prospects, will put his unbeaten record on the line in the biggest test of his career to date.
Azim, 19, has won all six of his professional bouts with five knockouts, the last three of which have come in the first round.
However, Charlton said: “I reckon he could quit. What have we seen of him? He’s done four fights this year, he’s done four rounds this year. How’s he going to do in six? How’s he going to do in eight?
“We could take him to deep waters or we could finish him early.