Morgan has posted five straight stoppages to climb the light-middleweight rankings – and the 26 year-old aims to make it six out of six at the Camden Centre next month.
He’s matched with Jan Balog from the Czech Republic on Saturday, February 7 – and hopes another win will “kick start a big year.”
Morgan says he’s giving boxing everything to achieve his goals.
He said: “All I do is train, work, cuddle my son Alex and watch boxing on You Tube !
“I watch all the boxing greats. I’m a real student of boxing and who knows, maybe I will end up on Mastermind !
“In a couple of years I could be on Celebrity Mastermind !”
So impressive has Morgan been, manager Mickey Helliet could step him up to eight-round level after his next fight.
Morgan said: “I’m doing what I’m supposed to be doing at this level.
“If I was struggling at this level, that wouldn’t bode too well for the future, but I’m stopping these guys who don’t get stopped.
“These journeymen are trying to make me look bad and fiddle their way through to their next pay day, but I’m stopping them.
“These guys are not easy to look good against – but I’m looking good against them !
“I’m going to sit down with Mickey after this fight and talk about my plans for world domination !
“Seriously, I want to take the traditional route and that means starting with the Southern Area title, then moving on.
“This could be a big year for me. I’m really looking to kick on. But I’m not looking past my next opponent.”
Morgan has seen footage of Balog and describes him as “a tricky southpaw,” but predicts a similar ending to their scheduled eight-round fight.
He said: “I’m going to let my shots go and if I hit him clean on the chin, he will go over early. But if he doesn’t, we will see how long he can stand up to the punishment.”
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