June eleventh, 2021
ZACH PARKER WILL tackle the powerful Uzbek Sherzod Khusanov on the Royal Albert Corridor on July 10.
The WBO No.1 ranked tremendous middleweight, 20-0, will put his WBO Worldwide title on the road towards the previous Olympian and World Championship finalist,who holds a file of 22-2-1 within the skilled ranks.
Heading up the cardboard, stay on BT Sport, is Lyndon Arthur (18-0, 12 KOs) dealing with Italian champion Davide Faraci (15-0, 7 KOs). Within the chief assist, Anthony Yarde goes in with unbeaten German Emin Atra (17-0, 12 KOs).
Additionally introduced, Archie Sharp will bid so as to add the WBO World tremendous featherweight title to his assortment when he battles Marcio Soza (21-6-2, 12 KOs) in a struggle that was initially scheduled for June.
Parker launched himself to BT Sport viewers as a Frank Warren and Queensberry fighter with a brutal second spherical culling of the beforehand unstopped Vaughn Alexander in March and the 27-year-old is looking for to consolidate his place and prime up his expertise forward of his forthcoming world title problem.
Khusanov, 41, has quite a few wins over unbeaten opponents and his two defeats got here by way of the scorecards towards the 40-0-1 Damian Jonak and the 19-0 Aslambek Idigov.
Prodigious bantamweight expertise Dennis McCann will take his skilled file into double figures by preventing the Tanzanian John Chuwa (20-4, 10 KOs).
McCann, 20, has clocked up the rounds over his final two fights – with two wins over eight rounds towards Pedro Matos and Luis Moreno – and has been promising a return to his earlier knockout kind.
Chuwa, 23, often called ‘Ninja’, has misplaced on his two earlier visits to Britain, being stopped by Tommy Frank in Sheffield and dropping on factors to Ross Murray in Glasgow. Prince Patel additionally holds a factors win over Chuwa again in 2018.
Elsewhere on the cardboard, 2016 Olympian Muhammad Ali (2-0) may have his third skilled task towards Lee Glover (11-4, 3 KOs), with light-weight KO-artist Sam Noakes (5-0, 5 KOs) and lightweight heavyweight former Olympic Youth champion Karol Itauma (2-0, 1 KO) additionally that includes.