Robbie Davies Jr to face Sergey Lipinets on May 8

Robbie Davies Jr. will make his US debut against Sergey Lipinets, the former world super lightweight champion.

After being out for more than a year due to an unusual ailment, Liverpool’s Davies Jr., 23-4 (15 KOs), is back in the ring. A victory over Lipinets puts the Englishman back in the running for a significant paycheck at 140.

Similar to Davies Jr., Lipinets, 17-3-1 (13 KOs), is aware that victory over him will put him back in the running for the loaded super lightweight title.

In the upcoming year, exciting Connecticut heavyweight Fernely Feliz Jr. (7-0, 6 KOs) will take on Mexican Cesar Navarro (11-1, 9 KOs). Feliz hopes to challenge for the world title, and Navarro knows he has the potential to thwart the aspirations of the driven upstart.

Every move In preparation for the 2024 Olympics in Paris, Mongolia’s Tsenderbaat Erdenebat (9-0, 4 KOs) squares off against Puerto Rican veteran Alberto Mercado (17-6-1, 4 KOs). Erdenebat will then return to take on the super featherweight division in the latter half of 2024.

Robbie Davies Jr

Robbie Davies Jr : Wednesday Night Fights Quick Card

  • Robbie Davies Jr vs. S. Lipinets
  • K. Akitsugi vs. Geraldo Valdez
  • T. Erdenebat vs. A. Mercado
  • F. Feliz Jr. vs. Cesar Navarro
  • R. Meriwether vs. V. López

Robbie Davies Jr vs Lipinets Fight preview

The 34-year-old Liverpudlian fights Sergey Lipinets, the former super-lightweight champion of the IBF, on May 8 at Plant City, Florida’s ProBox TV Events Centre. An 11-year career could come to an end if Davies Jr. loses.

The main event, which is set for ten rounds, will feature a catchweight battle between Davies Jr., 23-4 (15) and Lipinets, 17-3-1 (13).

“My goal is to participate in legitimate fights,” Robbie Davies Jr. stated to Boxing News.

“He [Lipinets] is the most decent person you will ever meet. The victor continues, and the loser, well, I would probably call it a day if I didn’t win. However, I do not intend to lose.

Popular Manc Anthony Crolla, who has been training the former British and European 140-pound champion for the past few months, is going to America with the Scouser.

Although Shane McGuigan was previously in the corner, Davies Jr. would prefer to be nearer to his small family rather than travel a longer distance to train in London. Over a year will pass between Davies Jr.’s next fight and his return to the ring. He lost to Venezuela’s Gabriel Gollaz in February 2021, but he bounced back with three victories before playing Darragh Foley in Liverpool thirteen months later.

But the Englishman’s leg broke up in the third round, ending any dreams of a home victory. This came about as a result of Foley dropping him during the previous session due to a severe leg and ankle injury. He was eventually sent to Aintree Hospital and had surgery there.

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