Pay per head sportsbooks saw that last summer, Jenkins exploded onto the domestic scene with a very impressive win, and he puts his undefeated 12-fight record on the line against Sebire in Cardiff.
Price per head services can see that the Welshman is eager to face his experienced opponents and will continue to quickly rise if he is able to beat the Frenchman in a clash for the empty WBC International title.
“This is a huge opportunity to really make waves in the light welterweight division,” said Jenkins.
“I would love to get a crack at the British title this year and victory on Saturday would see me make an impression in the WBC rankings too.
“This is a great opportunity tonight against a classy international fighter and I want to really put on a show. I’m am hoping to get the win and then get more rounds in the bag to make sure I am fit enough in case I get a chance for the British title later in the year.
“In the top 15-20 in Britain you’ve got some really good boys. Within that top ten you’ve got Willie Limond, the likes of Lenny Daws and Adil Anwar, and they’ve all had fifteen-plus fights. Anyone that gets a chance there could be an upset, the title could be changing hands every other couple of months.
“I had an awesome 2013 really. I’m number seven in Britain now and I’m just looking forward to this year and hopefully it’s a big one for me and my team.”
The experienced Darren Hamilton, current British champion and a favourite with pay per head sportsbooks, will win the Lonsdale belt with another successful defence on February 22 against Curtis Woodhouse in Hull.
With wins over the likes of Ashley Theophane, Anwar Hamilton is the one to beat, but Jenkins believes that he can defeat the Londoner.
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“Saturday is a step up and I’d like a British title eliminator in April or May for a British title fight in September,” said Jenkins. “I believe I’ll be ready for it then, even if Darren Hamilton does what he does well.