It wasn’t the original opponent Dereck Chisora wanted to beat in his forty-first career fight, but he got the job done regardless in an all-British heavyweight encounter against David Price.
It wasn’t pretty, but Lawrence Okolie got the job done in a battle between unbeatens.
Wanheng Menayothin ran his record to an unbeaten 54-0, with 18 of those wins by knockout, with a dominant victory over Simpiwe Konkco on Friday at City Hall Ground in Chonburi, Thailand.
The IBF and WBA 140-pound titles and his unblemished record won’t be the only things at stake Saturday night for Regis Prograis.
Unification is in the air.
Elwin Soto and Angel Acosta return to Fantasy Springs Casino, only this time on separate journeys.
Regis Prograis promised Josh Taylor and any other doubter that he isn’t intimidated by Taylor and wasn’t the least bit scared to fight the Scottish southpaw.
Reigning EBU European Cruiserweight Champion Yves Ngabu believes that he will have too much in his arsenal for his latest challenger Lawrence Okolie as they prepare to clash on the huge Regis Prograis vs. Josh Taylor card at The O2 in London this Saturday, shown live on Sky Sports Box Office in the UK and DAZN in the US.
In a battle for the British super welterweight title, Scott Fitzgerald (14-0, 9 KOs) won what was a questionable twelve round unanimous decision over Ted Cheeseman (16-2-1, 9 KOs). The scores were 116-113, 116-113 and 115-113.
There’s no telling what Luis Collazo could’ve done Friday night if he hadn’t suffered multiple cuts and a debilitating injury to his left arm.