Charlie Edwards says he is building towards becoming a multi-weight world boxing champion, writes Ziad Chaudry.

The 26-year-old from Croydon retained his WBC flyweight title after coming through a comfortable unanimous points decision over Spain's Angel Moreno last Saturday at Copper Box Arena, Hackney Wick.

"It was a punch-perfect, technical boxing performance just like I predicted," said Edwards who improves his pro record to 15 wins in 16 outings.

His promoter Matchroom Boxing's Eddie Hearn has hinted Edwards could next face IBF title holder South Africa's Moruti Mthalane sometime in July however the Croydon man is ready to face anyone in his continuous ambitious bid to become a multi-weight world champion.

"Whoever's next, I'm ready," he continued.

"If that's Andrew Selby, if that's Khal Yafai [WBA junior bantamweight champion], if that's the IBF champion Moruti Mthalane, if that's WBO, WBA, I want to unify, be undisputed and build a legacy."

On the undercard fellow Croydon resident Joshua Buatsi claimed the British light-heavyweight title after stopping Liam Conway in round three.