welterweight fighter Dave Walker is fit and raring to go for his next bout.

Walker, from Sidcup, is known as “Kid Dynamite” and has, so far, lived up to that high billing by winning all 10 of his professional bouts.

The former ABA champion boxes out of the Lennox Lewis Gym Centre, in Hackney, and is coached by former world-title challenger Robert McCracken, while being managed by Mick Hennessy.

Walker's next bout will be in Liverpool, on Saturday week as part of the BBC-televised fight-night, which also features Olympic Super-Heavyweight champion Audley Harrison's second professional fight.

Walker said: “I can't wait to get in the ring. I will be fighting Tommy Peacock, whom I remember from my amateur days when we were both members of the England ABA squad.

“He is a strong fighter and is from Liverpool. So he will be fighting on home ground, while it will be my first professional fight away from the capital.

“But I feel in tremendous shape and I'm very confident of winning.”

But what about the wrist problem which was troubling Walker earlier in the year?

He said: “I have been having regular physio with Mickey Cole at Charlton, and he has also been giving me nutrutional advice.

“He has been a massive help and I have had no

reaction at all in sparring, not even the slightest twinge.”

And talking of sparring, Walker has been building up for Liverpool by working out with West Ham's Jason Rowland, who is preparing for his bid to recapture the WBU Light-welterweight title, which he had to relinqish through injury, from Ricky Hatton in Manchester on Saturday.

Walker added: “Myself and Bexleyheath's Leo O'Reilly have been sparring wth Jason. It is always good to work with top-class fighters like Jason and it was also good test for my wrist.”

Walker is due to box Peacock over six rounds at Liverpool, but televised bouts are sometimes reduced to four fit in with programming schedules.