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Big dreams: Belfast’s Anthony Cacace (pictured) aims to win the British title and then get a crack at world champion Leo Santa Cruz
Big dreams: Belfast’s Anthony Cacace (pictured) aims to win the British title and then get a crack at world champion Leo Santa Cruz
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David Kelly

By David Kelly

Anthony Cacace could be just two fights away from a world title shot, according to manager Pat Magee.

Belfast man Cacace challenges world ranked British super-featherweight champion Sam Bowen on Saturday night in Birmingham knowing victory would transform his career.

Manager Magee, who took Brian Magee to world glory, is setting his sights high - with newly-crowned WBA World super-featherweight champion and Carl Frampton rival Leo Santa Cruz the dream target for Cacace.

Magee said: "This is a huge opportunity for Anthony on Saturday night and it means more than just the British title. If Anthony wins I'm confident he wil get a top 15 rating with the WBA and then he can push for a shot at Santa Cruz."

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