JOSH WARRINGTON headed straight for hospital after his brilliant world title win over Kiko Martinez.
The Leeds star dominated from the first bell on his way to a seventh-round TKO win, but did not come out of the fight without damage.
The 31-year-old two-time champ suffered a suspected broken hand and fractured jaw.
He will be checked over by medics to assess the full extent of the injuries.
Warrington’s brilliant win now sets him on the road for unification bouts or a massive domestic dust-up with Leigh Wood.
When asked what he planned next, the two-time champ roared: “Some bread and butter pudding, a cheeseburger and a pint with this lot.
“I also wouldn’t mind going home and having sex with my missus as it’s been about four weeks!”
He added: “Listen I’ve got my belt back. It wasn’t just for me, not just my wife and kids, but for all this lot that supported me.
“We might not do the same numbers as the big boys – the AJs and the Furys – but I’d rather have an arena full of these lot than a 100,000 tourists any day of the week.”
Warrington added: “There is no place like this in the world, never mind the country.
“I know I’m not everybody’s favourite cup of tea – Yorkshire tea – but when I’m on it and these turn out, there’s nothing like it in the world.
“We do alright and we’re not bad. Love you Leeds.”
Asked about a potential clash with Wood, Warrington said: “If we need to go and boot the doors off of the City Ground, we’ll do it.
“Away day, we’ll do it but for a long time we’ve wanted to go to the States.
“These lot have their passports at the ready, credit cards at the ready. We want an away day.”