There is no electricity and water in the hall because of the Russian Federation. Chukhadzhyan is confident that he will defeat the formidable Ennis


Ukrainian Karen Chukhadzhyan (21-1, 11 KOs) will travel to the United States to have the main fight of his career at the beginning of 2023, where the title of “interim” IBF welterweight world champion (up to 66.7 kg) will be at stake.

Resist on Capital One Arena in Washington, DC, he will face formidable American puncher Jaron “Boots” Ennis (29-0, 27 KOs).

The Ukrainian says that when he received an offer to fight Jaron, “we immediately agreed.”

“Ennis is a very good boxer, but both Armenian and Ukrainian blood flows in my veins, and I’m not going to the USA for a check, but to show that all our hard work has not been in vain,” Chukhadzhyan said.

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Underdog said that he was preparing in a hall where, due to Russia’s genocidal war against Ukraine, “there is no water and light.”

“But what doesn’t break us only makes us stronger. I am sure that on January 7 they will raise my hand,” Chukhadzhyan assured.

At the end of January 2022, Chukhajian defeated Martin to take the vacant title. In July, he dealt early with the Australian who had never boxed outside his homeland before. Blake Minto.