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Matteo Signani will defend his EBU European Middleweight Championship against Felix Cash. Craig Richards will fight Ricards Bolotniks for the WBA Intercontinental Light-Heavyweight Title. Originally slated to fight Bolotnik (19-6-1, 8 KOs) on the undercard of Dillian Whyte’s nail-biting points victory over Jermaine Franklin at the OVO Arena in Wembley last November. Richards (17-3-1, 10 KOs) was forced to pull out due to illness during fight week.
The “Spider” is back in South London, where he suffered a hard-fought points defeat to opponent Joshua Buatsi there in May. Bolotniks, who has victories over Hosea Burton and Steven Ward, last competed in April 2022, when he defeated Hrvoje Sep over eight rounds in Barcelona, Spain.
Richards declared, “I’m anticipating a fantastic fight with Bolotniks.”
“He is a skilled fighter, and since many people are aware of this, I will have the opportunity to demonstrate my skills as a fighter. It’s funny that Joshua is making a comeback on this card since I feel like I’m making a comeback as well. A win versus Bolotniks puts me heavily in the mix with the big players and looking to push on to big things.”
Cash vs. Signani
Italian champion Signani (32-6-3, 12 KOs) defeated Gevorg Khatchikian in Trento in October 2019 to win the title, which he successfully defended against Maxime Beaussire in 2020 and Ruben Diaz in May 2021. In June of last year, “Il Giaguaro” was defeated by Anderson Prestot in a technical decision, but he atoned for that defeat in November.
Cash (16-0, 10 KOs), a former British and Commonwealth champion from Wokingham, is aiming to add the EBU title to his collection after suffering through a difficult 2022 in which he managed only two victories. After engaging in a furious ringside confrontation with Austin “Ammo” Williams in Leeds, Cash is on a collision path with his American adversary and intends to face the undefeated fighter later this year.
“I personally had a difficult year in 2022, but I’m determined to make this my year”, Cash stated.
“I want the biggest fights possible in 2023, starting with the European Title at The O2. I’m coming for all the belts. By April 1, everyone will know that I’m the real deal because of the excellent work I’ve been doing in the gym with Tony Sims. I’ve never felt better.”
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According to the promoter, Tyson Fury will never fight Anthony Joshua.
According to co-promoter Frank Warren, there is no chance that negotiations for a matchup with Joshua can be revived. Twice, the all-British fight was on the verge of happening, but unfavorable conditions prevented it from happening.
The WBC heavyweight champion Fury 33-0-1 (24) was found to be contractually obligated to give Deontay Wilder 43-2-1 (42) a third fight after the pair agreed to a two-bout series in 2021. The WBA, WBO, and IBF heavyweight champion at the time was Joshua 24-3 (22).
Attempts to organize the eagerly anticipated fight for December last year failed miserably. Warren has dismissed the possibility that the fight will ever take place.
The CEO of Queensberry Promotions told SecondsOut,
“I wouldn’t even want to go down that route again.”
We spent a lot of time in vain. I am aware that there are many who question whether we were being truthful, but I assure you that we were. What on earth were we negotiating for to fight in December when, when you think about it, he never had a trainer or anything of the sort? It was a waste of time for everyone.
“I don’t want to go back to Tyson constantly. For now, Tyson won’t even consider it; not at all. I don’t want to even mention Anthony Joshua to him.
Fury vs Joshua:
Warren and Fury share the same opinion. “I no longer even want to go there. Finished. I’m not interested in any AJ inquiries. Zero. In my opinion, man is dead, Fury told SPORTbible. There isn’t any unfinished business between me and him.
Trying to start a battle from 2017 until, oh, whatever long it’s been, 2022. So, it is not taking place. Eddie Hearn, Joshua’s promoter, insisted earlier this week that if a bout against Oleksandr Usyk. A southpaw from Ukraine, couldn’t be scheduled, Joshua would be prepared to step in.
On April 1, Joshua is slated to take on Jermaine Franklin 21-1 (14).
The Matchroom Boxing president told iFL TV,
“I don’t know what’s going to happen with the Usyk [against. Fury] issue, he may fight Fury next.”
“We’d be willing to engage in that fight. If AJ defeats Franklin and Usyk doesn’t fight Fury, Fury will be AJ’s next opponent in the summer. What do you say? He will, so put that in your pipe and smoke it. I have no idea if Fury-Usyk will take place.
I can only express my personal perspective, but I can assure you that if that match doesn’t take place, we’ll take the Fury match. [Joshua] would accept both of those fights, as well as the one against Wilder.
“If the other fight doesn’t take place, don’t be shocked to see that fight [AJ vs Fury] in the summer because that’s far bigger than the Usyk fight, a lot bigger. We’ll see, but it’s simply something I’ve been thinking about lately. It might be a slight homage to George Warren.”
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Not just Hearn still believes that Fury-Joshua will take place. Joe Markowski is optimistic that the fight will eventually take place. When asked who his ideal matchup for Joshua would be, Markowski responded,
“AJ-Tyson Fury for the world heavyweight championship, obviously.” Joshua recently signed a long-term contract with DAZN.
“And we’ve been close a few times over the years to having AJ in undisputed world heavyweight title fights, and I know the guys at Queensberry, I think there’s an incentive on both sides [to make it] if Tyson remains world heavyweight champion after his Usyk fight and AJ gets back into position.
“We came very close to having that fight in the summer, but it didn’t quite work out. Nevertheless, that is the ideal matchup, and we believe that it is very likely to happen over the course of the next five years with AJ hopefully returning to winning ways and fighting as we all know he is capable of doing. In the course of this relationship, we believe that is extremely possible.”
Anthony Joshua vs. Tyson Fury Promoter Bob Arum of Top Rank claims that “down the road may be big.”
When talks to book Tyson Fury vs. Anthony Joshua broke down last year. It appeared that there was no hope left to stage the all-British super fight. Nevertheless, Bob Arum, Fury’s promoter, won’t rule out the Joshua fight just yet. Instead, Oleksandr Usyk will continue to be their only priority.
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According to Bob Arum, Tyson Fury could face Anthony Joshua in the future, but for the time being. Their only priority is their fight for the undisputed heavyweight championship against Oleksandr Usyk. Fury has already finished his epic trilogy with Deontay Wilder defeating Wladimir Klitschko to claim the title of undisputed heavyweight champion, and twice this year had stadium fights that sold out.
The biggest battles of his career might still be ahead of him, despite the fact that he has previously considered retirement. Promoter Arum of Top Rank confirmed to Sky Sports that Fury and Usyk have decided to square off next, with no other fight scheduled in the interim.
The first undisputed heavyweight champion since Lennox Lewis. Who won all the titles in the division in 1999, would be decided by that historic match. But Fury may plan other significant events as well. Anthony Joshua, a rival British fighter and a former champion, wasn’t completely ruled out by Arum.
After Joshua and Fury’s discussions for a fight publicly broke down earlier this year. Derek Chisora stepped in to fight Fury on the date he had made available, December 3. Joshua’s last opportunity to get the fight, according to Fury, was wasted, but Arum is still optimistic that it will happen.
“Tyson was irritated because he offered Joshua the fight for the end of the year. Which Joshua accepted before withdrawing, according to Arum, who spoke to Sky Sports.
“Tyson declares he won’t fight Joshua because he is really [irritated] with him. So let’s see. A future battle between Joshua and Fury might be very popular in the UK. We must wait and see.”
Arum stated, however: “But, one conflict at a time. Oleksandr Usyk vs. Tyson is the only heavyweight championship match I’m interested in right now.”