Ukrainian boxer Redkach will meet with the stellar ex-champion in four weight categories

Украинский боксер Редкач встретится со звездным экс-чемпионом в четырех весовых категориях

Ukrainian boxer Ivan Redkach next fight may be against the stellar ex-champion Adrian of Broner. This can be a 29th battle of the Ukrainian professional ring.

Authoritative insider Mike Coppinger announced that the former world champion in four weight categories Broner and Redkach will fight against each other.

Sources said that the encounter of Adrien Broner against Ivan Redkach is in development for the fall. Broner again wants to return to the ring, this time after losing to Manny Pacquiao, in a battle which he did not look competitive. Redkach will fight alongside the main victory in his career: unexpected knockout in a fight against Devon Alexander in may, during the debut in the Welterweight division,
– posted by insider on Twitter.

29-year-old Broner former world champion in four weight categories: the second Featherweight (WBO, 2011-2012), lightweight (WBC, 2012-2014), the first Welterweight (WBA, 2015-2016), Welterweight (WBA, 2013). Broner fought against Pacquiao in January, losing a unanimous judges ‘ decision.

American boxer can not win in three matches in a row. In 2018 he drew the fight with Jesse Vargas, and before that he lost to Mikey Garcia. The last victory of Broner dated February 2017, when he separate judicial decision took over Adrian Granados.

33-year-old Redkach began to box professionally in 2009, a fight with Keith Kelly, who won by TKO in the 4th round. After Ivan had won 18 bouts in a row until the summer of 2015 is not lost to Montenegrin Dejan Zlaticanin. After that Redkach caught up with black band – only one win in next 3 matches (1 defeat and 1 draw).

Ivan was able to successfully launch in 2017. On 28 January the Ukrainian in Las Vegas won by TKO Damon Brock (8 round). 2 Jun 2019 he defeated Devon Alexander. In early summer, Redkach on the evening of Boxing in the US scored a sensational victory over the eminent American Devon Alexander.

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