Josh Taylor has announced the appointment of Joe McNally as his new trainer after parting ways with Ben Davison.
The Tartan Tornado forfeited three of his light-welterweight titles in the wake of his controversial split-decision win over Jack Catterall earlier this year.
The 31-year-old is expected to face Liverpool-based Catterall in a rematch in his next bout, though that is yet to be confirmed.
He will have a new trainer in his corner for that fight after the “exciting” appointment of McNally.
Davison, a former trainer of Tyson Fury, partnered with Taylor in 2020.
McNally previously worked with ex-WBO light-middleweight champion Liam Smith and former Commonwealth heavyweight champion David Price.
Posting on Twitter, he wrote: “It’s a pleasure to officially announce that I’ve teamed up with & gonna be working with Joe McNally moving forward. I’m excited for this new chapter in my career & producing more great nights ahead.”