BOLTON boxer Osman Aslam has his first fight since signing up with renowned coach Joe Gallagher’s camp tomorrow, looking for an 11th successive professional win.

The Halliwell bantamweight, who is trained by Alex Matvienko at the Elite Gym, has an unblemished professional record and is favourite to extend that when he takes on Nicaragua’s Elvis Guillen over four rounds at the Victoria Warehouse near to Old Trafford football ground.

Aslam celebrated his 24th birthday on Tuesday and is tipped for the top by Matvienko.

And he believes his rapid progress is what prompted the move by Gallagher and Eddie Hearn’s Matchroom promotions.

Ahead of tomorrow’s bout, Matvienko told The Bolton News: “Osman signing with Joe can only be good for him because Joe is professional and knows how to develop fighters.

“Joe got him on this bill and while it is not ideal against someone who usually boxes at featherweight, he is an experienced opponent.

“To be honest, though, Osman has looked frightening in training – his hand speed is incredible and he hits like a middleweight. He’s in tremendous shape for this fight.”