The IBF featherweight champion will defend the belt against his mandatory challenger before the summer after we won the purse bids to stage the fight.
Warrington wants unification fights with WBO champion Oscar Valdez and WBA title holder Leo Santa Cruz in his sights.
But the mandatory situation with the IBF means this fight is first – and my man will get past this roadblock to get to America for even bigger nights.
Warrington is a proper old school fighter and, although he was eyeing up clashes across the pond, there was never any doubt he would swerve a challenge.
“It will be good for Warrington to be the favourite”
This will at least allow his Leeds fans another chance to see him up close before he heads to America for the likes of Valdez and Santa Cruz.
Galahad will be hoping to cause an upset but it will be good for Warrington to be the favourite after he was the outsider for his wins over Lee Selby and Carl Frampton.
Victory for my man and there will be no doubt that he is the best featherweight in Britain.
Warrington will have cleaned up the domestic scene and nothing will then stop him from taking the Leeds army on the road.
The only frustration is the IBF’s new rules for mandatory defences when they go to purse bids.
The sanctioning body has changed the splits from 75 per cent of the pot to the champion and 25 to the challenger to 65-35.
In my view, that means Galahad is getting paid far too much for a fight where Warrington is the draw.
Warrington has packed out Elland Road and brought almost 10,000 down the M62 to Manchester Arena in the last 12 months.
Galahad has been fighting on undercards barely selling a ticket in the process.
But the main thing is that Warrington gets the job done when they face each other this spring then we can start chasing the big nights Stateside.