BOXING: Woodhall sets sights on pounds 1m Calzaghe fight

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The Independent Online
RICHIE WOODHALL, the WBC world super-middleweight champion, wants at least pounds 1m to fight the WBO title holder, Joe Calzaghe, in an all-British showdown.

Woodhall makes the first defence of his title against Bristol's British middleweight champion, Glenn Catley, in Telford on Saturday, but knows that the big money will come from a clash with the Welshman, Calzaghe.

"That fight should be worth a million to each of us," said Woodhall. "That is what Calzaghe will also be thinking. It is at the back of my mind and is what I have got to be aiming for in the future. I have always said that I want to be a world champion and a millionaire in the process.

"But at the moment I cannot look too far ahead and I have got to deal with Catley first."