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Packed schedule of WBC fights set for ‘Movember’

WBC 02/11/2017

The World Boxing Council and the entire Boxing Family, are ready to relish a spectacular November, of course via the adrenaline of action packed bouts!

Boxing, fights and bright lights, as the month starts and ends with talent, verve, vim and firepower! Clip…or you’ll buckle, with the star line up, starting with:

DEONTAY WILDER VS. BERMANE STIVERNE / NOVEMBER 4, NEW YORK

WBC heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder returns to the ring after knocking out Gerald Washington on February 25.

Wilder will defend his title against mandatory challenger Bermane Stiverne, in a rematch. They first met in 2015, with Wilder dethroning the former champion by unanimous decision in a memorable encounter. This eagerly anticipated second helping is served, minus starter, seeking just desserts, at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn.

SHAWN PORTER VS. ADRIAN GRANADOS / NOVEMBER 4, NEW YORK

A fight that has aroused great interest among the fans, it matches former world champion Shawn Porter and Adrian Granados, for the WBC silver welterweight belt.

Porter comes to this match with a record of 27 fights won, 17 of them by knockout, 2 losses and a solitary draw. Shawn is confident that his experience will be the key to unlock a memorable victory.

However, Adrian is a powerful rival, determined to make the very best use of his velocity and considerable physical strength.

DOMINIC BREAZEALE VS. ERIC MOLINA / NOVEMBER 4, NEW YORK

Dominic Breazeale and Eric Molina, have a lofty task, raising the beam and the rafters of the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, as these two fighters will be part of the card starring Deontay Wilder and Bermane Stiverne.

This fight will be a final elimination, a fact that adds an extra ingredient of motivation to excel, whatever the odds.

Eric has a record of 26 wins, 19 knockouts and only four losses, fully aware that this is a huge opportunity. However, Dominic, originally from Glendale, California, is vowing to end the bout the fight by fast track, with overdrive power in order to overpower.

CHRISTINA HAMMER VS. GIFTY AMANUA ANKRAH / NOVEMBER 4, GERMANY

WBC middleweight champion Christina Hammer will make the second defense of her crown against Gifty Amanua Ankrah, a fighter born in Ghana, who has promised to offer a great show.

Hammer, who is unbeaten since her debut in 2009, is convinced she’ll emerge with victory, as one of her pending goals for 2018 is to fight Clareessa Shields.

JOSH TAYLOR VS. MIGUEL VAZQUEZ / NOVEMBER 11, UNITED KINGDOM

Scotland, is the clash of the clans, where Mexican Miguel Vazquez, better known as “Títere” will try to win the WBC silver super lightweight belt. However, trying to thwart and scotch this bid, is Josh Taylor, a 26-year-old who won the belt on July 8, by defeating the top propsect Ohara Davies.

DELFINE PERSOON VS. MYRIAM DELLAL / NOVEMBER 11, BELGIUM

After 10 months of absence, the WBC lightweight world champion, Belgian Delfine Persoon, returns to fight the pride of La Belle France, Myriam Dellal.

Delfine who is completely recovered from her injuries, claims that time outside the ring will not be a factor weighing against her, because despite undergoing rehabilitation, she never ever stopped training.

MARIANA JUAREZ VS. ALESIA GRAF / NOVEMBER 11, MEXICO

The beautiful state of Guanajuato, welcomes Mariana “Barby” Juarez, making the second defence of the WBC bantamweight title, against Belarusian Alesia Graf.

Alesia, who has already tried in her previous visits to Mexico to conquer the precious green and gold belt, now vows that on this particular occasion, she will indeed not return to Germany empty-handed. However, Mariana is going through one of her best moments, of her career, and via these achievements, she is a firm favourite of the fans.

GILBERTO PARRA VS. LEYMAN BENAVIDES / NOVEMBER 18, MEXICO

The Multiple Uses Center (CUM) of Ciudad, Obregón will host a grand boxing card as Gilberto “Yaqui” Parra clashes with Nicaraguan Leyman Benavides, for the vacant WBC silver title in the light flyweight division.

WANHENG MENAYOTHIN VS. TATSUYA FUKUHARA / NOVEMBER 25, THAILAND

Busy WBC minimumweight world champion, Wanheng Menayothin, will enter the ring for the fifth time in this year! On this occasion. he fights Japan’s Tatsuya Fukuhara, a former world champion who arrives, qualified with a record of 19 wins, 7 by knockout, 5 defeats and 6 draws. The unbeaten Thai, who won the title on November 6, 2014, by defeating Oswaldo Novoa, recognizes the danger of his rival. However and whatever, he stresses that the WBC title will remain in Thailand.

EVA VORABERGER VS. NINA RADOVANOVIC / NOVEMBER 25, AUSTRIA

The Nova Arena in Austria will be the scene of the attractive battle between the super flyweight silver champion, Eva Voraberger and Serbian Nina Radovanovic, in a fight with the WBC interim bantamweight title at stake. Two women who curiously reached this commitment, with two consecutive comeback victories after setbacks. Both are not backing away, by each predicting a KO ending to this bout.

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