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Jack Catterall's Future Aspirations and Controversial Loss

 Jack Catterall is looking past his fight with Jorge Linares this Saturday and already has his eyes on potential future opponents like Devin Haney and Regis Prograis. However, some wonder if he might be underestimating the dangerous Linares.

Catterall also addresses his controversial loss to Josh Taylor, emphasizing that he doesn’t believe it tarnishes his record. In an interview with Boxing UK, Catterall expresses his respect for Linares while also being ready for the upcoming challenge.

Linares is considered a legend in the sport, and Catterall acknowledges his opponent’s accomplishments. He sees Linares as “Public Enemy Number One” for now but respects his opponent’s career. Catterall aims to be the first British fighter to defeat Linares when they face off on October 21.

Catterall’s approach to his career is clear—he embraces every challenge that comes his way. He mentions that he’s not in a position to turn down fights, and while he’s eager for big fights against Prograis and Haney, those opportunities aren’t on the table at the moment.

Reflecting on his loss to Josh Taylor, Catterall shares his perspective on a fighter’s record. He believes that having a couple of losses shouldn’t define a fighter’s career, citing examples from the UFC. Despite the controversial decision in his bout with Taylor, Catterall maintains his belief that he won the fight and is ready to move forward.

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