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Boxing Batyrzhan Jukembayev face to Ivan Redkach on May 22 in Tampa, Florida

Boxing On May 22, Wednesday Night Fights TV will feature a main event featuring junior welterweight Batyrzhan Jukembayev vs Ivan Redkach. The fight is scheduled to take place at 8 PM EST on the first night of a 50-50 card.

Currently on a four-fight winning run, Jukembayev (22-1, 16 KOs) has won two of those bouts on ProBox TV. Jukembayev, who is originally from Shu, Kazakhstan, is going for his biggest victory Boxing to date. Subriel Matias, the junior welterweight champion of the IBF, was the opponent in his lone loss.

Born in Chu, Dzhambul region, Kazakh SSR, USSR on April 5, 1991, Batyrzhan Jukembayev is a professional boxer from Kazakhstan who competes Boxing in the first welterweight division. Professionals include the past International champion in the first welterweight division according to IBF Inter-Continental (2019–2021) and Boxing IBO International (2017–2018), as well as the former American champion in the first welterweight division according to WBA Continental Americas (2019–2021) and WBC Continental Americas (2018–2019).

Originally from Ukraine, Redkach (24-6-1, 19 KOs) currently resides in Los Angeles, California. After a two-year break, Redkach, a seasoned veteran, Boxing entered the ring again in July of last year. After losing to elite opponents like Danny Garcia and Regis Prograis in his past, Ivan Redkach is eager to turn things around against Jukembayev.

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In the co-feature, a potentially thrilling 10-round junior lightweight bout between Adam “Blunose” Lopez (17-5, 6 KOs) of Glendale, California, and Jonhatan Cardoso (16-1, 15 KOs) of São Paulo, Brazil, will take place.

In Fairfield, California, Boxing on January 7, 2011, Redkach defeated Jaime Orrantia via third-round knockout. One of his greatest victories to date came on June 1, 2019, when he defeated former world champion Devon Alexander. For the first time throughout the fight, Redkach down Alexander with a left-hand strike in the sixth round. In the round, he was able to take down Alexander twice more; the third knockdown was the final one of the bout, therefore the referee had to end it.

Furthermore, Kyle Erwin (7-1, 3 KOs) of Oceanside, California, will be the opponent for junior welterweight Charles Harris (8-1, 7 KOs) as he continues his recovery path. With comparable records, both fighters want to establish themselves as leaders of the division Boxing

He fought Danny García, another former world champion, in his following bout. Though there wasn’t much action in the bout, García appeared to be the winner after cutting Redkach in the seventh round and injuring him late in the fifth. Redkach allegedly said “Mike Tyson” to García during the eighth round while biting him on the shoulder.García was declared the winner Boxing by the judges via unanimous decision, with scores of 118–110, 117–111, and 117–111 in his favour.

Boxing Batyrzhan Jukembayev face to Ivan Redkach

On April 17, 2021, in Atlanta, Redkach faced Regis Prograis after his bout with Garcia. Prograis gave Redkach a glancing Boxing hit to the kidney region in the sixth round.

Adrian Tillman, a cruiserweight, will make his professional debut in the first round of action against unbeaten Wilson, North Carolina’s Jayleen Bullock (1-0, 1 KO).

Former world champions Paulie Malignaggi, Chris Algieri, and Juan Manuel Márquez will provide commentary and analysis for Wednesday Night Fights, which will be accessible in both Spanish and English. for further details on forthcoming live events.

Jukembayev, who has only lost to the current IBF World Super Lightweight champion Subriel Matias (20-1) is a very underappreciated fighter with the potential to make a big impact in the super lightweight division. The Puerto Rican champion’s pure blunt force was the only thing that could stop the 33-year-old Kazakh southpaw, who has 16 stoppages in 22 victories.

Ivan Redkach, a Ukrainian gatekeeper residing in California, is at the other corner. Being a skilled fighter in his own right, he has a big reach advantage over the dominating native of Kazakhstan and the ability to make this fight exciting. Tevin Farmer (33-5-1) and Danny Garcia (37-3) are among the “top dogs” in the sport who have caused the most of his defeats. Regis Prograis (29-2) is another.

Should Jukembayev succeed in getting Redkach’s scalp back, it may put him in the running for future bouts against the division’s top fighters, like as Regis Prograis, who is likely hoping for a solid comeback after falling to Devin Haney (31-1).

Boxing Batyrzhan Jukembayev face to Ivan Redkach on May 22 in Tampa, Florida, United States

As always, there are a tonne of hopefuls trying to get a glimpse inside the Pro Box. For example, Brazilian Sao Paulo native Jonhatan Cardoso (16-1) will be trying to make an impression against 17-5 gatekeeper Adam “Blue Nose” Lopez. In his brief but developing career, the 25-year-old fighter known as “Maximus” has only faltered once, losing to 17-5-1 Panamanian Juan Huertas for the vacant WBO Latino Lightweight championship.

His opponent, a resident of Glendale, California, had won titles in the WBC Latino Lightweight and North American Boxing Federation Featherweight divisions. In addition, Lopez has far more ring experience, having suffered defeats at the hands of elite boxers Oscar Valdez (32-2) twice, Abraham Nova (23-20), and Isaac Dogboe (24-4), to name a few.

In addition to putting Cardoso to the test, this game should provide Plant City residents some great lightweight fireworks. There are several other equal matchups on the schedule at lesser weights. In the super featherweight class, 7-0 Mykell Gamble will take on 6-1 “Edo” John Edwardson. The 8-1 lightweight contender “LOLO,” Charles Harris Jr., and the 7-1 Oceanside, California-based boxer Kyle Erwin are also included on the tiny card. Read more about Batyrzhan Jukembayev face to Ivan Redkach

 

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