Croydon star meets tough Aussia on Whyte vs. Chisora 2 undercard
Joshua Buatsi will defend his WBA International Light-Heavyweight title against Australia’s Renold Quinlan at The O2 in London on December 22, live on Sky Sports Box Office in the UK and DAZN in the US.
Buatsi won the title in spectacular fashion when he destroyed Andrejs
Pokumeiko inside one round at The O2 in July before blitzing Frenchman
Tony Averlant in the opening round at the Metro Radio Arena in Newcastle
The 25-year-old Croydon star is hoping that former IBO
Super-Middleweight Champion Quinlan will take him rounds. December 22
will be Quinlan’s second fight in the UK, he took Chris Eubank Jr. ten
rounds when they clashed at the Olympia last year.
“Renold Quinlan is a good solid fighter,” said Buatsi.
“I’m hoping that he will give me the rounds that I need because my last
two fights have gone early. He’s a very tough man and a proud
Australian, he’ll be coming to fight. This isn’t about the title, it’s
about getting the experience under my belt and pushing on.”
“I’ve seen bits of Buatsi and he’s nothing special,” said Quinlan.
“He hasn’t fought anyone like me yet and I can’t wait to give him a
great fight. I’m delighted to be returning to the UK on such a big card
and I’ll be putting on a great performance for all my UK fans.”
Buatsi vs. Quinlan is part of a huge night of boxing in the capital.
Main event sees fierce Heavyweight rivals Dillian Whyte and Derek Chisora rematch after their Fight of the Year contender in December 2016.
Charlie Edwards gets a second shot at a World title when he challenges Cristofer Rosales for
the WBC Flyweight World title, David Price and Tom Little meet in a
must-win Heavyweight clash and British Featherweight Champion Ryan Walsh puts his Lonsdale belt on the line against Watford’s Reece Bellotti.
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Heavyweights meet on Whyte vs. Chisora 2 undercard
David Price and Tom Little
meet on the undercard of the crunch Heavyweight rematch between Dillian
Whyte and Derek Chisora at The O2 in London on December 22, live on Sky Sports Box Office in the UK and DAZN in the US.
Liverpool puncher Price has suffered back-to-back stoppage defeats, each
time on Anthony Joshua’s undercards, and admits he will be fighting for
his career when he meets Hatfield’s Little next month.
He was stopped by Alexander Povetkin after initially flooring the
Russian last March. Then a fight against Sergey Kuzmin in September was
cut short when Price suffered an injury.
The 35-year-old is determined to prove that he can still mix it with the
top Heavyweights and is aiming to end 2018 on a high as he bids to
return to title contention.
Little, 31, has previously shared the ring with Rio 2016 Olympic Bronze
medallist Filip Hrgovic and fast-rising Heavyweight talent Daniel
Dubois, who he took five rounds before being stopped in June.
“This is a real fight,” said Price. “He’s well schooled
now and he’s also as tough and game as they come. I can’t go from
fighting the likes of Alexander Povetkin and Sergiy Kuzmin to fighting
knock-over jobs because I need the threat in front of me.
“I know Tom Little really well and he knows me. We’ve done lots of
rounds of sparring and I’ve seen him improve a lot during that time.
He’s certainly closed the gap that was between us when we first started
“With the Heavyweight division, there are big fights everywhere. There
are so many big names around and they all need dance partners. There are
massive opportunities for the winner of this fight on offer.
“What awaits the victor is part of what will make this a cracking fight.
Tom has a couple of losses in his last couple of fights and so do I, so
we’re both fighting for our careers in this one.”
“I’m delighted and privileged to be fighting on such a great card,” said Little.
“This is a massive PPV show on a massive platform in Sky Sports. I’m
fighting a huge name and it’s a dream come true to be honest.
“Not to discredit David but I think his last couple of losses have taken
a lot out of him and that will be the difference on the night. I think
I’m mentally stronger than David, he’s going to let his last couple of
defeats get to him whereas I’m just eager to put them behind me and move
“I’m willing to go to them deep and dark places to get the win. I’m
expecting a very rough fight, it’s going to steal the show. One way or
the other, this fight won’t be going the distance.”
Price vs. Little is part of a huge night of boxing in the capital.
Main event sees fierce Heavyweight rivals Dillian Whyte and Derek Chisora rematch after their Fight of the Year contender in December 2016.
Charlie Edwards gets a second shot at a World title when he challenges Cristofer Rosales for the WBC Flyweight World title and British Featherweight Champion Ryan Walsh puts his Lonsdale belt on the line against Watford’s Reece Bellotti, with further exciting fights to be announced soon.
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Surrey man gets second World title shot on Whyte vs. Chisora 2 card
Charlie Edwards will challenge Cristofer Rosales
for the WBC World Flyweight Championship on the undercard of Dillian
Whyte vs. Derek Chisora 2 at The O2 in London on December 22, live on Sky Sports Box Office in the UK and DAZN in the US.
Edwards has already challenged for a World title when he met John Riel
Casimero for the IBF Flyweight crown, gamely taking the talented
Filipino ten rounds in London in September 2016. The 25-year-old has
racked up five straight wins since his first professional defeat and is
ready to seize his second shot at World title glory.
Powerful Nicaraguan Roasales stopped Daigo Higa to claim the vacant WBC
World title in Japan before destroying hometown hero Paddy Barnes in
four rounds at Windsor Park in August, and now the 24-year-old plans on
silencing The O2 by delivering another devastating performance on
“I’m delighted to get a shot at the WBC World Flyweight title and I won’t be wasting this opportunity,” said Edwards.
“I’ve come on a lot since the Casimero defeat and I’ll show that on
December 22 by taking the WBC Flyweight World title home with me.
“I’ve mixed it with a two-weight, legit World champion and it’s done me
the World of good. I’ve come on in leaps and bounds since then and I
can’t wait to step up to that level again.
“Rosales is a tough man but he’s beatable and we’re already working on a
game-plan. I’m heading into this fight with the experience of already
challenging for a World title and that will benefit me greatly.
“My first shot at a World title was a huge gamble but this time I’m
ready and I’ll be bringing that belt home with me. I’m in this sport to
take on the best and December 22 will be my first World title win of
“This is a great fight and huge opportunity for Charlie to win the WBC title,” said Eddie Hearn.
“We saw Rosales’ devastating KO over Paddy Barnes this summer and he
has become an impressive Champion. Charlie will have the London crowd
behind him as he looks to make history on a huge night of boxing.”
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Ricky Burns and Scott Cardle meet on the undercard of Tony Bellew’s undisputed Cruiserweight clash with Oleksandr Uysk at Manchester Arena on Saturday November 10, live on Sky Sports Box Office in the UK and DAZN in the US.
Burns created history in Scotland in May 2016 when he defeated Michele Di Rocco in Glasgow to land the WBA World Super-Lightweight title and become the country’s first ever three-weight World Champion.
The Coatbridge star successfully defended the crown against tough mandatory Kiryl Relikh in Glasgow in October 2016 before falling short in a unification battle with IBF king Julius Indongo in April.He won his 50th fight as a professional in June, stopping Croat Ivan Njegac after four rounds and returns to the scene of his points loss to Anthony Crolla determined to prove he still has big ambitions at World level.
“There’s some big fights to be made in the Lightweight division and a win here in front of such a large PPV audience will put me further in the frame for next year,” said Burns.
“The Manchester crowd last time out was fantastic and obviously Anthony Crolla is fighting on the bill, I’d still love that rematch down the line but first and foremost Scotty has my attention for next Saturday.
“I get on really well with Scotty and his family. They have helped me out with some sparring down the years but this is strictly business. It was a shame my gym mate Joe Cordina pulled out through injury but this is boxing. I’ll shake Scotty’s hand before and after the fight.
“Training has been going well, I’m always keeping busy in the gym waiting for the phone to ring. It doesn’t matter who I fight, I train for every fight the same so the short notice doesn’t change anything drastically in terms of our preparation. These domestic dustups get the fans excited and it’s a great show to be fighting on.”
“This is a huge fight to get me back to where I want to be,” said Cardle. “Ricky is a former three-weight World Champion and a Scottish great, a win against him would hopefully set up some even bigger fights down the line. “This is a massive occasion for me, I’ve got the opportunity and now it’s time for me to deliver. I can’t turn fights like this down, especially at this stage of my career. The short notice isn’t ideal but I’ve trained hard for the Cordina fight and I’ll be ready next Saturday.
“Ricky is a very physical fighter, he’s got a great jab and he’s been in there with the best. He’s one of the toughest men in the sport and I’m prepared to go the distance with him. I’ll need to stay smart and use my speed on the night.
“I’m getting to a certain age now and I want to be able to look back on my career and be happy with what I’ve achieved. I want to reach World level before I call it a day and a win over a name like Burns could be the start of something big”
CROLLA: I GENUINELY BELIEVE THE BEST OF ME IS STILL TO COME ‘Million Dollar’ determined to reclaim World title in 2019
Anthony Crolla says his best is still to come as he prepares to take on Daud Yordan in
a final eliminator for the WBA Lightweight World title on the undercard
of Tony Bellew’s undisputed Cruiserweight clash with Oleksandr Usyk at
Manchester Arena on November 10, live on Sky Sports Box Office in the UK and DAZN in the US.
‘Million Dollar’ returns to his second home for the first time since his
win over three-weight king Ricky Burns in 2017 and the 31-year-old is
aiming to steal the show with another memorable performance in front of a
A former World Champion, Crolla is eager to reclaim his WBA World title
currently held by pound-for-pound star Vasiliy Lomachenko, and would
welcome a huge clash with the Ukrainian in 2019, despite the prospect of
heading into that fight as a huge underdog.
“Daud Jordan is a very dangerous opponent,” said Crolla.
“He’s been in and around World Class operators for a number of years.
He’s won 38 with a lot of knockouts and lost 3. If I’m not at my best,
he’ll turn me over so I’ve got to raise my performance levels and win
this which will open the door for another World title shot.
“Joe thinks this is going to be a long, hard and brutal fight so in
sparring we’ve tried to be smart so I’m fresh for fight night. The
styles will gel and I’m sure it’ll be a great fight.
“I can’t fight on emotions and try to be the hero. It’ll come down to
pedigree but I know all in all it’s going to be tough in there. I’m
confident I’ve put in the hard work in camp which will help me be
victorious on the night.”
Crolla enjoyed a rollercoaster ride as WBA king at 135lbs, he finally
got his first shot at the title in July 2015 against Darleys Perez in
Manchester but was edged out in a controversial draw.
The pair rematched in the same venue five months later and Crolla took
his second chance out of the judges’ hands with a stunning 6th round KO
from a brutal body shot. Crolla delivered the same salvo against
dangerous mandatory challenger Ismael Barroso in in May 2016 to halt the
Venezuelan in round seven.
That win led to a keenly fought pair of unification battles with Jorge
Linares that the visitor won, but Crolla insists he can still deliver on
the World stage.
“I believe I graft as hard as anyone out there,” he added. “It’s in my
make up to be honest, I know I’m not the most talented fighter out
there, I never have been and I never will be but I know I have to make
up for it with hard work.
“My motivation every morning is my little boy, family and those who pay
money to come and watch me. It’s a World title final eliminator in my
home town; if I can’t get up for that I’m in the wrong sport. It’s a
short career, these nights don’t come around too often and when I’m out
I’ll miss them dearly.
“I’m not a young man anymore but I genuinely believe the best of me is
still to come. Joe thinks I’m boxing better than ever. All the numbers I
hit in training are on the rise. I’m nearly 32, the body comes under
stress at times but I’ve looked after myself and I’m ready to go into
the trenches again next week.”
“Good afternoon everyone and welcome to Manchester. The big fights just keep on coming after a fantastic weekend at Wembley Stadium in front of 80,000 people where Anthony Joshua defended his World titles in a brilliant fight against Alexander Povetkin. We bring you now what I believe is fight of the year, Tony Bellew challenging Oleksandr Usyk for the WBO, WBA, IBF, WBC and Ring Magazine World Championship titles – the first ever four belt undisputed fight ever in British boxing history and a massive event on November 10, live on Sky Sports Box Office in the UK and DAZN across America as well. We have a huge night of boxing planned and already very few tickets left, we went on sale at midday today. There’s British Championship fights on the card between Ryan Walsh and Isaac Lowe, Scotty Cardle challenging Joe Cordina and Anthony Crolla here today will be in a Final Eliminator for the WBA title against Daud Yordan, back in the arena that has seen him in so many great fights. Josh Kelly will be on the card defending his WBA International title as well.”
Adam Smith, Head of Sky Sports Boxing:
“It was another magnificent occasion at Wembley Stadium on Saturday night in front of 80,000 people. I’ve got to pinch myself a little bit, being amongst not only Tony Bellew today, but Oleksandr Usyk and Vasyl Lomachenko – pound for pound greats. This is a fantastic era, it’s wonderful that these guys are giving us the best entertainment in the ring and we never forget that the fighters are what matters most. When Eddie told me about this matchup I had to sit down, Tony is going in after the double over David Haye and I’ve admired Oleksadnr Usyk for some years now.”
Gilberto Mendoza, President of the World Boxing Association:
“Good afternoon everyone, thank you England for once again welcoming the WBA. To have Tony Bellew fighting for one of the WBA World titles against one of the best boxers in the sport right now and a pound-for-pound star is great. The fight will be very interesting. We are always looking to put on the best fights for the fans. It’s also an honour to have Antony Crolla fighting in an eliminator for the WBA World title. It’s going to be a great night of boxing and I’m really pleased this is happening in England.”
Alex Karassyuk, K2 Promotions:
“It’s a great pleasure being here introducing such a great event on November 10. First of all, I would like to give huge credit to Eddie and his partners Sky Sports for the job they have done in recent years, giving new life to British boxing and boxing in the whole World. I hope our cooperation will not just be within one fight or two fights, but we will be able to bring some top-level events to Britain, Ukraine and the rest of the World. I would like to say some pleasant words to the true warrior, the lion heart that we respect so much, Tony Bellew. He proved many times that being an underdog does not mean being a loser. Of course, I will be supporting Usyk on November 10, but I want to wish Tony good luck and a successful training camp. Usyk is just extraordinary, he’s one in a million. Together we have accomplished every boxers’ dream within just 15 fights. In five years we collected all of the belts in the division. Now we are here in the native land of boxing. This matchup is something the World was waiting for, the winner will get all of these amazing belts and probably book a place in the boxing Hall of Fame. This is history in the making.”
Egis Klimas, manager of Oleksandr Usyk:
“I’m very proud to represent the best Cruiserweight in the division right now. I can say that for sure it is going to be a very tough fight. It’s not going to be an easy walk in the park. As we know, Tony is a very good fighter. Both of these guys want a challenge. Oleksandr doesn’t just want to defend his belts, he wants a challenge, just like Tony did during his age. He was the best Cruiserweight and there was nobody left for him to fight so he stepped into the Heavyweight division, that says a lot. Now that he has a challenge, he says ‘screw it, I’m coming down, I want a challenge and I want those belts’. That’s why I think this is going to be a very good bout.”
Anthony Crolla – Manchester, England – 33-6-3, 13 KO’s – fighting Daud Yordan in a Final Eliminator for the WBA Lightweight World title:
“It’s a huge fight and I think mine and Daud Yordan’s styles will gel nicely, it’s going to be a great fight. There’s a lot of people going on about me being on the undercard for the first time in a while, but I’m honoured to be on the card with two fantastic fighters, I go way back with Tony Bellew. I’m just happy to be back in Manchester. It’s been a bit of a slow year with injuries and stuff, but I believe I’m better than ever. In the gym I’m improving and I’m looking forward to being back. I’d never be disrespectful and call Vasyl Lomachenko out but if he ever wants to fight in England and if I win on November 10 then there’s a good chance that fight happens, I’d love to get in the ring with him, he’s a fantastic fighter and one of the best fighters on the planet. It’s something that I’d look forward to, of course.”
Dave Coldwell, trainer of Tony Bellew:
“It’s something that I look at as a once in a lifetime opportunity. I’m fortunate enough to have worked with Tony for a number of years and for me, to have the kind of fighter that he is and to have taken the fights that he has, that’s once in a lifetime stuff. To cap it off with an undisputed Cruiserweight World title fight is as big as it gets, it’s for all of the marbles, it’s the pinnacle.
“I wanted him to retire and walk away after the last David Haye fight. I saw Usyk call Tony’s name straight after winning the World Super Series during his interview in the ring and I thought ‘oh sh*t we’re going again’. I just knew, I didn’t have to text him or anything, I just knew it was a fight that was going to happen. So, we’re here and it’s a massive challenge but it’s only fitting. He’s a man that everyone loves to give zero chance. Now he’s showing his metal, his heart and his determination because there’s something there that he wants and he’s going to put it all on the line once more, we can’t wait.”
Oleksandr Usyk – Kiev, Ukraine – 15-0, 11 KO’s – Undisputed Cruiserweight Champion of the World – defending his belts against Tony Bellew:
“I’m sure it won’t be an easy fight for me and I’m really glad to come back to England, the country which gave me a chance to get some trophies already, that mean a lot in my life. I’m not thinking about Tony Bellew at this moment, I’m just concentrating on my training camp and thinking about how I will overcome all of the challenges ahead of me before the fight. I’m not a monster, I’m a white rabbit. I picked Tony Bellew because he is the man that takes the biggest challenges. He is not the usual type of fighter that will come, see how hard it is and quit. He will come to fight until the end. These are the kind of fights that the World wants to see.”
Tony Bellew – Liverpool, England – 30-2-1, 20 KO’s – former WBC Cruiserweight Champion of the World – challenging undisputed Cruiserweight World Champion Oleksandr Usyk:
“Everyone asks why. I was on my honeymoon and for one reason or another I was stood there watching Oleksandr beat-up Murat Gassiev on a mobile phone. The fight stops, and then he makes the ultimate sin and he says my name, and it didn’t take long. As soon as he said my name I knew. When I was watching the phone, I knew.
“The World’s going to write me off, and the more you write me off the more I want to fight. We will see. I’m going up against the monster, the man who nobody really wants to fight. The man who just dismantles fighters and beats them easily. Make no mistake, he’s looking past me already. He might say he’s not, but he’s already asking Eddie ‘who am I going to fight at Heavyweight’. He thinks I’m arrogant. It is not arrogance that he sees, for the first time in his whole career he sees a man looking back at him that believes he can win, and not a man that believes he’s just going to lose. I don’t just think or believe, I know. I’m going to find a way, I always do. You will have to nail me to the floor, you will have to nail me to the floor to keep me there.
“I’ve got no disrespectful things to say to him, he’s an amazing Champion. On November 10 he’s going to learn that I bring something different to everyone else. I have the one thing that he doesn’t have, and that’s a punch that can switch lights off within the blink of an eye. One wrong step or one wrong manoeuvre, and it’s over. Every time that I’m wrote off I always find a way and on November 10 it’s going to be no different.”
Manchester Arena to host five-belt blockbuster on November 10
Undisputed Cruiserweight World Champion Oleksandr Usyk will defend his WBC, IBF, WBA, WBO and Ring Magazine belts against Tony Bellew at Manchester Arena on November 10, live on Sky Sports Box Office in the UK and DAZN in the US.
Pound-for-pound star Usyk made history by outclassing Murat Gassiev to become the first Cruiserweight to hold all four recognised belts, following his sensational World Boxing Super Series win in July.
The 31-year-old won Olympic, World and European amateur golds before steamrolling his way to the top of the Cruiserweight division after only 15 fights, but former WBC World Champion Bellew believes he will become the first man to beat Usyk on November 10.
A glittering career has seen Bellew win British, Commonwealth, European and World titles, and the Liverpudlian warrior is aiming for a fairytale ending in Manchester, hinting that this could be his final battle before he retires.
“I’ve been preparing for this fight for a long time and I’m delighted that we’ve got the venue and the date finalised – I cannot wait to fight in the UK,” said Usyk. “I am deep into my training camp with my team, working hard and preparing for a long fight with Tony. He says he will beat me and I love his attitude, but you cannot beat-up somebody who is invisible in the ring! As always, I will be victorious on Nov 10.”
“This is the ultimate test for me,” said Bellew. “There is no greater test than Oleksandr Usyk, he is one of the most feared men in boxing. This is nothing new to me, everyone says that I can’t do it again. Everyone is saying that I’ll get beat-up quickly, but we’ll find out won’t we.
“Make no mistake, I know this is the most dangerous fight of my life but I’m also going into this with my eyes wide open, I’m not in awe of Usyk. I won’t stand and admire him and allow him to rattle off five-punch combinations on my head.
“He’s meeting someone who’s just as quick as him, someone that’s competed at a division lighter than him and someone that’s come across fighters much more powerful than him.
“I’m going into this fight with absolutely nothing to lose because the whole World thinks I’m going to get smashed. I have everything to gain and nothing to lose. On November 10 I’m going to do something that nobody has ever done before, I’m going to knockout an undisputed Cruiserweight Champion of the World.”
“It’s an absolute honour to promote Britain’s first ever undisputed title fight in the history of the sport,” said Eddie Hearn. “This one of the biggest and best fights in boxing with Tony Bellew daring to be great against one of the top pound-for-pounders in the sport in Oleksandr Usyk.
“Tony has won British, Commonwealth, European and World titles and after the two big wins against David Haye we felt it might be time to walk away, but with him constantly improving and the lure of becoming undisputed king, the temptation was too much. For Oleksandr, the plan is to finish his chapter at Cruiserweight on November 10 and then move up to Heavyweight where he will chase a fight with unified World Champion Anthony Joshua. This is going to be a thrilling fight on a huge night of boxing in Manchester – November 10 can’t come soon enough!”
“I cannot wait for this fight,” said Alex Krassyuk of K2 Promotions. “Two lionhearted warriors will collide for all of the Cruiserweight World titles. This is a fight that the World has been waiting for and I’m delighted to be part of history in the making.
“Many experts don’t give Tony a chance in this fight but he has proved many times that being an underdog does not mean being a loser. I can’t see Usyk having an easy walk in the park on November 10. This is the biggest opportunity of Tony’s career and he has nothing to lose, this makes him very dangerous.
“All of our focus is on Tony Bellew and November 10 but once Usyk defeats him he will be targeting the king of the Heavyweight division, Anthony Joshua.”
An announcement on ticket prices and on sale dates will be made in due course.
Dereck Chisora and Carlos Takam will meet in a crunch Heavyweight clash at The O2 in London on July 28, live on Sky Sports Box Office.
Both men find their careers on a knife-edge going into the clash, with Finchley man and former World title challenger Chisora seeking a big win to fire his name into the mix for major title fights having been edged out by Agit Kabayel for the European title in Monaco in November following a narrow defeat to headliner Dillian Whyte in a fight of the year contender in Manchester in December 2017.
Takam is back in the UK following his spirited challenge against Anthony Joshua for the IBF, WBA and IBO World titles at Principality Stadium in Cardiff in October. The Frenchman came in at ten days’ notice to replace Kubrat Pulev and became the first man to take Joshua into the championship rounds before getting stopped in the tenth. That sterling performance followed hot on the heels of giving Whyte’s opponent in London, Joseph Parker, a real test in his New Zealand backyard in May 2016, being edged out on points by the Kiwi.
With Chisora ranked at number ten in the WBC and Takam in at number six with the IBF, the winner will be hunting World honours later in the year, but for the loser, it will look like curtains at elite level – and that makes it must-win for both me.
“I’m delighted to get another big heavyweight clash over the line for July 28 – this is a great fight,” said promoter Eddie Hearn. “For Del Boy, it’s a real last chance saloon at World level and for Takam it’s a chance to push for another World title shot after a string showing against AJ. July 28 is going to be a huge night of boxing at The O2.”
Chisora and Takam clash on a massive night at The O2, as Whyte and Parker clash in a Heavyweight blockbuster.
Kell Brook clashes with Brandon Cook in a World Super-Lightweight title eliminator, Katie Taylor defends her WBA and IBF World Lightweight titles against Kimberly Connor, Conor Benn and Cedric Peynaud rematch after their fight of the year brawl in 2017 with a title on the line this time and Joshua Buatsi steps up in his first ten rounder against former British Light-Heavyweight title challenger Ricky Summers.
Tickets go on general sale on Friday June 15 at 10am from www.theO2.co.uk and on 0844 856 0202.
Tickets are priced £40, £60, £80, £100 and £200. Inner Ringside VIP tickets are priced at £500.
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