Heavyweight festival in support of Fury vs Wilder 3


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The evening they will star in Tyson fury Y Deontay Wilder it will have a festival of heavyweights, as a prelude to the duel in the background.

This card will be given on July 24 at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, with transmission by ESPN Y Fox Sports. Such stadium has capacity for 20,000 spectators. Initially, the show was to be held at the Allegiant Stadium, with capacity for 65,000 spectators.

As part of the secondary animation, three other important crosses for the heavyweight class will be appreciated. Frank Sanchez will fight against Efe Ajagba, Robert Helenius will have his revenge with Adam kownacki, Y Jared anderson still waiting for a rival.

Ajagba seems to be the most dangerous puncher on the payroll. He is undefeated in 15 contests, with 12 finishes before the limit. In addition, he won the gold medal of his rank in the Games 2016 Olympics.

Sanchez neither does he know defeat. He won his 18 presentations, 13 before the last bell. It is one of the bastions of experience and technique of amateur boxing in Cuba.

Anderson It is, without a doubt, the great American promise of the complete ones. In his youthful 21 years, he reaped an important record of 9-0, all of them by knockout.

Regarding the revalidation between Kownacki Y Helenius, it is known that the Swedish-born took out his opponent before the end of the fourth round. The Norse Nightmare he shattered the Polish 20-0.

Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder to announce their duel on Tuesday

It’s all given for the third fight between Tyson fury Y Deontay Wilder, which will be officially announced next Tuesday.

As announced by the site BoxingScene.com, the trilogy that will star Fury Y Wilder it will be made official at a press conference. It will take place in Los Angeles, during the afternoon of June 15.


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