GEORGE DAVEY has teased the possibility of fighting on the rumoured Elland Road boxing show next summer.

The York fighter improved his professional record to 2-0 after a convincing 40-36 points victory over Dale Arrowsmith at the Arena Birmingham.

Outlets in the boxing media have rumoured that Leeds’ Josh Warrington will compete in a world feather-weight title unification against Shakur Stevenson at Elland Road in the summer.

And, it’s an undercard on which Davey hinted he could be a part of.

“It’d be great to fight back in Leeds next year and there’s a rumour going around that there’s a big card in Leeds coming up,” said Davey.

“It’d be great to get on another Josh Warrington undercard.

“It’d be nice to get another fight in before that, probably around February time, that’s the plan anyway.

“I think the Birmingham fight was my last one of the year.

"We'll talk to Frank (Warren)’s team and arrange a date for my next fight.

“I’ll enjoy a bit of time over Christmas but I’ll still be ticking over in the gym.”

Davey turned to the professional ranks in October after a successful stint in the amateur which saw him win a Haringey Box Cup gold medal and several other belts around the world.

For the 22-year-old, his main task now is to alter his style from that of an amateur to that of a professional.

He thinks that he's already making adjustments from his first paid outing.

On the progression of his career thus far, Davey added: “I think definitely learnt a lot from my first fight.

"I’m always learning, whether that’s in the gym or in the ring.

“There are still some bad habits in my game which I’m looking to get rid of.

“But I’m developing new good habits at the same time.

“I’m always looking to roll out of the way of shots, but sometimes when I’m under pressure I’d come out with my head high.

“But, in my last fight there was less of that, so that's definitely a positive.”

Davey was born in York but spent the majority of his childhood in Lanzarote.

Aged 16, he returned to the Minster city to train under the former three-time world title challenger Henry Wharton at his Acomb gym.

The prospect hailed the support he has received so far, from those in York, Lanzarote and Cornwall.

“It’s great that so many people came down to support me," he said.

"I've got friends from down in Cornwall and they came up for the fight and my family flew over from Lanzarote as well.

"I've had great support from the people of York of course.

"The support has been brilliant so far."

To contact Davey in regards to sponsorship call his manager Wharton on 07415 993415.