Price aims high after Sexton win
David Price believes he fought the 'perfect' fight after he beat Sam Sexton to claim the British and Commonwealth heavyweight titles.
The Liverpool-born fighter dominated from start to finish against his 27-year-old opponent, knocking him down twice before a succession of powerful right hands knocked him down for a third and final time in the fourth round.
Price, a former Olympic bronze and Commonwealth Games gold medal winner, has now extended his unbeaten run to 13 fights with 11 stoppages.
"I felt like I boxed the perfect fight," Price told Sky Sports after the fight.
"Sam didn't lay a glove on me. It was everything I worked towards since I first fought.
"I'm glad it went on a bit longer so people could see my variation and that jab. Now I can move forward [with my career]."
The 28-year-old also hinted towards a possible bout with Tyson Fury, who was due to fight Price in February but the contest fell through.
"I'm ready to move on and challenge the best out there," he added. "I believe it is my destiny to challenge at the top."