Brandun Lee sees 2022 as the year to win the world title

Brandun Lee takes to the boxing ring for the last time in 2021 against Juan Heraldez on Showtime on December 11. It could be the penultimate man for a title.

Brandun Lee could be the biggest puncher in the Boxing super light division. He fought for the last time in 2021 on December 11 against Juan Heraldez. This could be the start of a journey to a world title.

Lee (23-0, 21 KOs) is known for his knockout power. He boasts a 91% knockout rate and has never fought past the fourth round. His habit of eliminating opponents early on made him an entertaining boxer worth watching, but he took a big step forward in his rivalry with Heraldez.

Heraldez (16-1-1, 10 KOs) was promoted by Mayweather Promotions and had only one loss on his record, which was his last fight with former champion Regis Prograis in 2020. Heraldez lost in the 3rd round of TKO. Lee will send a big message if he can improve Prograis’s performance against Heraldez, but he doesn’t care what the other boxers have done. Lee is focusing on himself.

“I don’t look at anything Regis Prograis has done to the guy I’m fighting because, at the end of the day, style makes for fights,” Lee told FanSided. “I could go around with this guy. I can go all 10 rounds, it all depends on, you know, what I see and how I feel that day. ”

Lee is on an impressive 12-game KO streak. He has knocked out both of his opponents in 2021 so far. It’s scary to think that at the age of 22 we may not have seen Lee’s best knockout power yet. It can go up, which will make any dance action in the ring with Lee very light.

Brandun Lee is looking to battle for the top spot of the ultralight division on Showtime on December 11 at 10 p.m. ET

“I am a lot stronger than last year,” Lee said. “Physically, you know, even just mentally, I am stronger. We all know boxing is 70% spirit. Every year I get stronger physically and mentally. When I hit 110 percent of my spirit [and] Men’s strength, I will be invincible. ”

That could be very bad news for Heraldez and the rest of the division.

A convincing win over the Heraldez could lead to another crucial game for Lee. He could take two or three more wins to claim the title. It’s all by design. Lee talks about his goal of achieving the title at the age of 23 with Desert sun and develop a plan for FanSided.

“I’m thinking by the end of 2022, I’ll be 23 and a half by the end of 2022,” Lee said. “So I thought I was going to have my manhood and all that, so I thought it was about time I got some kind of strap.”

As for who Lee wanted to fight for a title, he opened. Lee welcomes all who come.

“I will fight anyone. If I want something, I’ll take it,” Lee said. “Once Josh Taylor gets to 147, and those 140 belts are open, either I’ll fight for the belt, or I’ll let one of these guys fight for the belt, and I’ll take the belt if I would like. ”

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Charles Jones

Charles Jones is a 24ssports U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Charles Jones joined 24ssports in 2021 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing: charlesjones@24ssports.com.

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