The fight will take place at the Fly DSA arena in Sheffield, Galahad’s hometown, where he made his first appearance to home fans.
However, the seasoned Martinez did not make life easier for Britain.
With 25 more pro fights to his credit than his opponent, the Spaniard’s experience can certainly give him an edge despite losing.
This is Galahad’s first fight since losing to Zaza Dickens in August, where he won the IBF Featherweight Championship.
Galahad very confidently goes to fight and says: “I have matured very well, I do not see another feather that could defeat me.”
When is Galahad vs. Martinez?
The fight will take place on Saturday, November 13, and the start of the event is expected at 19:00 GMT.
The original card will be drawn at 22:00.
Attendance at the event in Sheffield will be with a full-fledged audience.
How do I stream Galahad vs. Martinez?
The show will be available on the DAZN app from 19:00.
A DAZN subscription costs 7.99 / mo.
The fight will not be broadcast on a traditional TV channel, the service is available only on streaming devices, including smart TVs.
Who is on the undercard?
Kid Galahad vs. Kiko Martinez (feather weight)
Stevie Levy vs. Polina Golubeva (Feather weight)
Khalid Ayub vs. Stanko Jarmelik (Light Heavyweight)
Raven Chapman vs. Karina Kopinskaya (first featherweight)
William Cowley vs. Stephen Jackson (Bantamweight)
James Flint vs. House Hunt (welterweight title)
Donte Dixon vs. Jordan McCurry (1st Featherweight)
Chris Beelam-Smith – Dylan Brazion (European Heavyweight Championship)
Terry Harper vs. Alicia Bumgardner (WBC & IBO World Featherweight Championship)
What did they say?
Martinez praised his opponent’s fight, saying: “Galahad is a very good boxer and I respect him, but I am very confident in my abilities.”