Ivan Redkach can get a profitable fight – negotiations are underway


Like a year ago, “for February, the fight is being prepared between the ex-world champion of four divisions Adrien Browner (34-4-1, 24 KOs) and welterweight Ivan Redkach (23-6-1, 18 KOs)”. Like a year ago, talks to organize such a bout are “preliminary,” writes columnist Chris Mannix for
Sports Illustrated.

This is ostensibly to be Broner’s first of three fights scheduled over a 12-month time frame under a multi-million dollar contract with BLK Prime.

Despite being only 33 years old, Broner hasn’t looked cool in the ring for so long that it seems like his best days are a good 10 years ago.

It is surprising that the company laid out such a lot of money to take on a contract a fighter who was out of the ring for 20 months (and at the time of the proposed fight, his downtime will reach almost two years), and even then, in the last fight, he won the middle peasant Giovani Santiago by decision by a tight decision.

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Moreover, in the summer, Adrian disrupted the upcoming comeback, declaring problems with mental health.

Redkach hasn’t competed since April 2021, when he lost in a bizarre 6th round fight against Regis Prograis. His last victory was in 2019 – then Ivan upset the once top fighter Devon Alexander.

In August, the fake “El Terrible”, which, judging by the behavior on social networks, had long been waiting for in Solovyov’s program to help the freak Vasyl Vakarov, registered in Star Boxing and announced that he would become the world champion.