CARL FRAMPTON has goaded IBF featherweight champion Josh Warrington telling his arch rival that he isn’t in his league. “I will come back hungrier than ever to show the world that I am still one of the best fighters pound for pound, I want big fights and the world has not seen the best of me, with my new coach and my new team, I will improve. Jason Welborn says Tommy Langford’s career will be over if he loses again in a rematch for the Middleweight Lord Lonsdale belt at Arena Birmingham tomorrow night .
Following Anthony Joshua’s 9th round KO victory over Kubrat Pulev, WBC heavyweight champion Tyson Fury has called for a unification fight in 2021. Saul ‘Canelo’ Alvarez became a legitimate super middleweight champion in a 12-round dismantling of Britain’s Callum Smith. Tim Tszyu celebrates after winning the WBO Global Super Welterweight title fight.Cameron Spencer/Getty ImagesThe win at the Newcastle Entertainment Centre see Tszyu improve to a record in professional competition. A world title fight is looking more likely for the son of Kostya, though a showdown with fellow Australian Michael Zerafa is also potentially on the cards later this year. Tszyu, who sustained a cut above his right eye in the second round, continually worked Hogan’s body, dishing out severe punishment to his older rival in yet another one-sided encounter. The former two-time title challenger was simply unable to slow down the onslaught coming from Australian boxing’s brightest young star.
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Mikael Lawal (12-0, 7 KOs) has been shortlisted for the Boxing Writers’ Club Young Boxer of the Year award following a stellar 2019 that has seen him crowned winner of the cruiserweight edition of the Ultimate Boxxer tournament. Danish heavyweight hope Kem Ljungquist (9-0, 5 KOs) has returned home full of ambition following a five-week training camp in Las Vegas with Tyson Fury. Kelcie Ball is confident of bursting Denzel Bentley’s bubble when the pair clash at the Royal Albert Hall on Friday, 27th September.
Jeff Horn steps into the ring with a record of 20 wins, 2 loses and 1 draw, 13 of those wins coming by the way of knock out. Tim Tszyu will make his way to the ring with an unblemished record of 15 wins, with 11 of those by knock out. The stats suggest Tszyu has a slight advantage in power over Horn, with a 73% knock out percentage over Horn’s 65%.