Unknown people fired on the house of an Australian heavyweight prospect


In Brisbane (Australia), unknown persons fired at the house of local promising heavyweight (over 90.7 kg) Justice Honey (5-0, 4 KOs). Early Thursday morning five bullets were fired from a passing vehicle. Fortunately, no one was hurt, although there were 10 people in the house (including children).

The police are investigating the incident, and the boxer has returned to training – sparring with the most experienced ex-world champion Lucas Brown (who scored an unprecedented upset over the weekend), because on June 15, Honey has a fight with an undefeated compatriot
Joseph Goodall (8-0-1, 7 KOs).


Interestingly, we mentioned both of these prospectuses earlier in the material. The future of heavyweight: who will replace Usyk, Fury and Joshua.

July 23 on Grand Casino arena (Hinckley, Minnesota, USA) in the main event of the show from Top Rank in an intriguing face-to-face confrontation in the featherweight limit (up to 57.2 kg), ex-world champion Isaac Dogbo (23-2, 15 KOs) from Ghana and ex-two-time challenger Joet Gonzalez (25-2, 15 KOs) from the USA will meet.

Earlier it was rumored that this fight is an eliminator according to the WBO (the fighters take 1st and 2nd places in the top 15 of the organization). The current WBO champion in this weight is the Mexican Emanuel Navarrete, who previously defeated both boxers (Dogbo twice at all).

Another cool fight, but in the limit of the second lightest weight (up to 55.3 kg) will take place on July 9 at Alamodome arena in San Antonio (Texas, USA). Former world champion American Brandon Figueroa (22-1-1, 17 KOs) will measure his strength with promising compatriot Carlos Castro (27-1, 12 KOs).

Both in the last fights held were defeated: Figueroa lost to the favorite-compatriot Stephen Fulton in unification for the thin one, and Castro was outboxed by the conqueror of two divisions, the Mexican puncher Luis Neri.

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