Kownacki pulls out of Chisora ​​fight Ready for Wilder?


Polish slugger heavyweight (over 90.7 kg) Adam Kownacki (20-2, 15 KOs) refused to fight with his style colleague British veteran Derek Chisora ​​(32-11, 23 KOs), according to promoter Eddie Hearn (Matchroom Boxing).

According to him, “Kownacki has not signed a contract and is unlikely to sign one already.” Hearn says that Chisora ​​will still return to the ring on July 23, and “he will have an even tougher fighter against his rivals.” At the same time, Hearn does not name names.

AT Matchroom Boxing offered the Polish bellies a seven-figure fee, but supposedly there was an equally cool offer from Premier Boxing Champions Al Haymon.

After the ex-WBC champion American Deontay Wilder (42-2-1, 41 KOs) announced the resumption of his career, it is he who is considered the most likely opponent of Kownacki – such a fight can be sold at exorbitant prices to the arena Barclays Center in New York (USA), where both often performed earlier.

Both Wilder and Kownacki have lost two in a row of their last fights. The ex-champion lost twice to British Tyson Fury, and the Pole capitulated twice in mahachs with Finnish veteran Robert Helenius, who is also considered one of Wilder’s possible rivals.

Recently, promoter Frank Warren asked fans an intriguing question: Would you like to see a Wilder-Joyce fight? The ex-champion explained why he decided to resume his career: Otherwise, boxing will die.

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