New contender to fight Hrgovic, Garcia and Davis have decided on the arena


Insider rumors have been confirmed. Company Probellum rebranded and will now be called Disrupt Promotions. About details (for example, whether Richard Schafer boss of the company) is still unknown. But judging by the posts on social media, Disrupt looking for new staff.

Recall that the company was associated with a criminal authority Daniel Kinahan.

Two boxers from Mexico arrived at the training camp of the ex-absolute bantamweight (up to 53.5 kg) Japanese Naoi Inoue (24-0, 21 KOs) – unbeaten
Brian Acosta (18-0, 7 KOs) and
Cesar Vaca Espinosa (16-0-1, 11 KOs).

They will help one of the leaders pound in preparation for the next fight – the superfight with Fulton was officially announced: details.

On the sidelines, they say that the Swedish heavyweight left-hander (over 90.7 kg) Otto Wallin (25-1, 14 KOs) is very interested in a fight with Croat Filip Hrgovic (15-0, 12 KOs) for the title of interim IBF champion.

Allegedly, the parties have even held preliminary negotiations.

And there were also rumors that the WBC middleweight champion (up to 72.6 kg) American Jermall Charlo (32-0, 22 KOs) would return to the ring not in a title fight – he would fight a division higher with ex-champion compatriot Daniel Jacobs ( 37-4, 30 KOs).

This insider has already been denied by Jacobs’ manager Keith Connolly: “At least now there are no negotiations on this fight. But it’s no secret that Danny has always wanted to fight Jermall. And if he is seriously interested, then he will be ready to fight this fight in the summer.

It was revealed last month that Charlo has a date, Ennis is the opening act. And who are the rivals?

The most powerful fight in boxing in terms of its financial potential is a fight in the contractual weight limit between American knockouts Gervonta Davis (28-0, 26 KOs) and Ryan Garcia (23-0, 19 KOs) – now with a venue.

On April 22, the antagonists will fight on T Mobile Arena (Las Vegas, USA).

Former featherweight world champion (up to 57.2 kg) Filipino Mark Magsaio (24-2, 16 KOs) decided to move up the division after two defeats in a row: last summer he lost the title to Mexican Ray Vargas, and last weekend he lost in fight with American Brandon Figueroa.

On the eve of the fight with Figueroa, Magsaio only invested in the weight limit on the second attempt – they fought for the vacant WBC temporary belt.

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