THE trainer and manager of rising star Khaleel Majid says there’s no rush with the Bolton prospect.

The 22-year-old made it four wins out of four as a professional with a points victory over the durable Lester Cantillano at the Altrincham Ice Arena last month.

The super lightweight is being primed for big things but picked up a hand injury in the meeting with the Nicaraguan which saw Majid win every one of the four rounds at a canter.

That means he will miss Farrell’s recently announced show, at the Last Drop Village in Bolton on October 19.

But the Heywood-based promoter is looking at the bigger picture when it comes to his fighter’s development. 

“It’s nothing too serious but we’ll have to leave him off the Bolton date,” said Farrell.

“The guy was so durable that Khaleel almost punched his head in!

“We’re just chilling a bit with him now. He has been training but he’s not punching yet.

“Things are a little bit on ice at the minute but he’s only 22, he’s so young, that there’s no rush with him.”

The appearance on the Ultimate Boxxer show in Altrincham came at short notice, Majid having been scheduled for a Matchroom Boxing card earlier in the month, only for the Manchester Arena bill to be cancelled due to a series of injuries.

“I always said the big promoters would come calling and it was great to get him on Eddie Hearn’s (Matchroom show),” said Farrell.

“Unfortunately that didn’t happen but being on BT Sport for Ultimate Boxxer was a great stage.

“He ended up being live and got some great exposure.”

Farrell’s ‘Ultimate Alliance’ show in October features some up-and-coming talent from the area.

Breightmet light-heavyweight ‘Big’ Ben Thomas will look to get back to winning ways after drawing his last two contests.

The 27-year-old also has one win and one defeat on his four-fight record.

Bury’s Ben Ridings, who has won three out of three thus far, is among the other fighters in action with a title fight also potentially being added to top the bill. 

“Ben Thomas wants to correct those errors on his record and as his manager I’m more than happy to help him do that,” said Farrell.

“He’s got the two draws and a loss for different reasons, I certainly thought he won one of them. Now he needs to start getting those wins and it will be good for his confidence.”

Tickets are priced £35 standard or £65 for ringside and can be purchased from the fighters or by contacting Farrell on social media.