British Boxing has a new star on the rise.
David Price has all the physical attributes needed to be a heavy weight boxer.
Tall? Check. He's 6'8"
Punching power? Check. Witness his superb right hook in the fourth to despatch Sam Sexton.
Age? 28. Coming into his prime as a sporting athlete.
This bout against Sam Sexton for the British heavyweight title was a disciplined and controlled performance from Price who did not put a foot wrong and did not let Sexton have a look in.
Price has a formidable jab and he is very "rangy" in the way that boxers who try and muscle their way into shooting distance get picked off before getting close. It must be like being smacked in the face with a manhole cover and you winced for Sexton every time he took a punch.
Sexton was unable to have any impact and it quickly became a question of when not "if" Price could find the right combination to get his man.
The first two rounds were flawless boxing from Price who jabbed his way to taking both rounds. If I had a criticism of his style it would be that he doesn't cover up enough and that would be exposed against better fighters but against Sexton, who himself is a very good fighter it was plenty good enough and that tells you how quickly he is progressing.
The last time I covered a Price fight he demolished John McDermott in 73 seconds and to beat Sexton in four rounds here was a massive step forward for the Liverpool boxer.
On this performance I would say that Price is a much better boxer than Tyson Fury and a matchup between these two is going to be on the cards in the not too distant future.
When Fury vacated the titles that Price has just won his promoter said that Price had rejected the amount offered (£100,000) as not being enough but I think that it is clear which way this is headed and Fury has not covered himself in glory by calling Price a "bum".
Get your money on Price all the way.