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Josh Taylor will bid to take another step towards a world title when he makes his World Boxing Super Series debut.
The Scot, who outpointed former champion Viktor Postol last time out, is quickly becoming a fans’ favourite in his home country.
He joins seven other hopefuls in the super-lightweight tournament with the winner set to emerge as the unified champion next year.
Martin has had nine fights more than Taylor and is also unbeaten but his last victory over Breidis Prescott does not match up to Taylor’s achievements.
Josh Taylor has no doubt he will be successful in front of his home fans on Saturday.
The Scot bids to extend his winning record when he takes on American Ryan Martin.
Victory will put him into the semi-finals of the World Boxing Super Series against Ivan Baranchyk.
And he said: “I feel that The SSE Hydro is definitely my home arena and my home in boxing.
“I’ve had such great success there since the Commonwealth Games in 2014, and also my two biggest victories as a professional.
“I don’t think there is anyone who is going to beat me in front of the fans in the Hydro.
The atmosphere, the noise they make and the support they give. They throw every punch with me. There is no way anybody is going to beat me at The SSE Hydro.”
Josh Taylor doesn’t care who he faces in the World Boxing Super Series – because he believes he can beat them all.
Taylor begins his bid to win the competition on Saturday night when he takes on Ryan Martin.
He will face Ivan Baranchyk in the semi-finals if he wins while Regis Prograis is his likely opponent should he make the final.
And Taylor said: ““I’m not really fussed about any of the opposition in the tournament.
“I think I can beat every single one of them. That being said they’re all very good fighters.
They’ve all had good amateur careers and they’re all stiff competition, but I’m fully confident I’m going to come away with that trophy.”