By Rawle ToneyGUYANA’s Lennox ‘Too Sharp’ Allen said he’s anxious and ready to step into the ring on Saturday, in Los Angeles, where he will do battle with David Morrell Jr for the WBA’s Super Middleweight title. It has been exactly one year, eight months since Allen has stepped into the ring, but despite this fact, the fighter told Chronicle Sport in an exclusive interview that there’s no ring-rust and he’s more than ready to get into action.“My training camp was great man. I had about eight to nine weeks getting ready for this fight. I’m great shape and we’re ready to go. We have a couple more days to go before fight time; we’re ready to go,” Allen said.Allen, the last Guyanese to claim a World title is the country’s highest ranked fighter on the international scene and vaunts a perfect ring-record of 22 wins, 14 of which came by way of TKO, as well as one draw from his 23 outings.He will put his unblemished record against the WBA’s No. 3-ranked Super Middleweight contender, whose return is ‘two-and-O’ after an exceptional amateur career.Allen’s latest win, a unanimous-decision victory over Derrick Webster, saw him claim the WBA’s gold title at the Super Middleweight division last year.A victory over Morrell Jr could make him the mandatory challenger to Saul ‘Canelo’ Alvarez and Callum Smith (WBA Super Champion).Allen had previous stated that even while in ‘lock-down’, with advice from his team; he stayed in shape by sticking to a specific training regimen.The Allen/Morrell Jr., bout felt the impact of the domino-like effect in cancellation of sporting events because of the rapid spread of the coronavirus. The fight was originally set for April in Minneapolis.