Fury to open up for Mayweather, Andred changed his mind about fighting Parker


British light heavyweight prospect (up to 79.4 kg) Tommy Fury (8-0, 4 KOs), who is the younger brother of WBC heavyweight champion Tyson Fury, will next fight on November 13 at Coca Cola Arena in Dubai (UAE) at the opening act of the exhibition fight of American Floyd Mayweather against a compatriot showman Deji.

Fury’s opponent is a 33-year-old native of Puerto Rico
Paul Bamba (5-2, 4 KOs). In his liability of defeat to fighters with records of 1-4 and 0-4. In the second case, early.

Hooray! We have a tough fight. On November 11 in London (England), local IBF flyweight champion (up to 50.8 kg) Sunny Edwards (18-0, 4 KOs) will meet his mandatory challenger and ex-owner of the same belt, but a lower division Nicaraguan puncher Felix Alvarado (38-2, 33 KOs).

Former WBO middleweight champion (up to 72.6 kg) American Demetrius Andred (31-0, 19 KOs) expectedly refused to fight for the interim title in a division higher against Briton Zach Parker (22-0, 16 KOs). To be honest, it was clear immediately after the results of the promotional auction.

It is expected that the fight with Parker will be offered to the next in the ranking of the organization – Briton John Ryder. But there are moments here too. Recently, he has been intensively negotiating on social networks with Puerto Rican prospect Edgar Berlanga, who is also highly rated in the rating of the organization.

Expected news from IBF: the organization has sanctioned a mandatory defense for the unified champion in the second bantamweight (up to 55.3 kg): Murodjon Akhmadaliev (11-0, 8 KOs) from Uzbekistan must fight the former champion of the lower division and his mandatory challenger Filipino Marlon Tapales (36-3 , 19 KOs).

The parties have until October 25 to reach an amicable agreement. Promotional bidding will then be scheduled. The right to organize will be given to the one who proposes baboutbig bet, and the amount of the bet will become the prize fund of the match.

25-year-old super-lightweight prospect (up to 63.5 kg) Colombian
Luis Quinones (10-1, 6 KOs) remains in intensive care after his debut defeat in his career. Forecasts are still the same disappointing. The clinic reported that “the patient continues clinical, neurological and functional deterioration.”