‘Terminator’ predicts ‘Christmas cookies’ in Liverpool Boxing News 24

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Conor Benn is aiming to end a successful 2021 in style as he defends his WBA continental welterweight belt against former world champion Chris Algieri in the top spot at the M&S Bank Arena in Liverpool on Saturday. this week, December 11, live worldwide on DAZN.

‘Terminator’ (19-0, 12 KOs), who has made incredible progress under Tony Sims, is one of the most prominent talents in the world of boxing after an impressive winning streak that has put him in the World title at the extreme. competitive 147lbs division.

The 25-year-old Essex native sent a brutal warning to his Welterweight opponents by knocking out Samuel Vargas in the opening round at Copper Box Arena in April, living up to his nickname when It only took him 1 minute and 20 seconds to ruthlessly stop Colombia from enduring.

Benn was disappointed with the tactic Adrian Granados employed after widely pointing out Mexican-Americans during their rescheduled clash in Leeds but the rising star is expecting a much tougher task against back to US ultralight WBO ruler Algieri (25-3, 9 KOs) this weekend.

“The match between Formella and Vargas was a great experience for me because they showed me that I am a fighter,” Benn said. “You hear people say they fight for the crowd and need a crowd. You don’t need crowds there. It could be Donald Duck and Mickey Mouse sitting next to me for all I care about. I don’t care who’s there, it’s me and my opponent and I’m going in there to beat him. That is my job. That is my goal; and i will finish it.

“Granados said it all and we thought he was coming to fight. He did not come to fight; he didn’t even come to win. He said he had to beat England’s ‘golden boy’ to win but he rode his bike up. I could also have been there with a journeyman because that’s how he goes on. He is very negative; he never threw any meaningful photos and he never got involved. I wasn’t able to take advantage of anything. There’s only so much you can do against someone who’s not coming to win.

“My preparation for Algieri has been excellent. Every camp we build and build. We grow and develop. I plan to show off my boxing brain on December 11. Every camp I have, I don’t think I can push my body any further, but I tried. You have to push your body to the max. Before you know it, you’re approaching new PB. That’s the norm for every camp. You are always learning. I am a student of the game and the school never goes out. I’m always working on something.

“I was in the top 5 with the WBC and the top 10 with the WBA and IBF. That doesn’t make me happy. I want to be number one. No one can match as my father used to say. I believe there is much more for me to prove, not to anyone else, but to myself. When I first turned pro, everyone thought I was best at the Southern Regional level, then British and best then European. I’m knocking on the door for a World Title and I believe 2022 will be my year to take on some of these World Champions. I continue to prove myself every time anyone they put in front of me.

“It will be a special Christmas. It’s a Christmas cookie, that’s it. You will always be criticized for the people you fight with. People are saying Algieri is old. He’s 37 years old and he’s taking care of himself, but I’m gearing up for a top Chris Algieri and I’m confident he’ll deliver absolutely everything. He is a former world champion. We’re testing the waters in my career. We need these battles to test the waters and see where I am. I believe I am world class and I should beat people like Chris Algieri easily. I am very confident in my abilities and everything that we have done and are doing. I have to go in there and leave my stamp. The moment I smelled a little blood, I was like a rash on him.”

Benn vs. Algieri topped an epic boxing night in Liverpool, Irish sensation Katie Taylor (19-0, 6 KOs) defending her WBC, WBA, IBF, WBO and Ring Magazine crowns ahead of the WBA Mandatory Challenge Firuza Sharipova (14-1, 8 KOs), ‘Welsh Magician’ Joe Cordina (13-0.8 KOs) continues to push the action to win the Featherweight Superweight Title in 2022 when he meets Miko Khatchatryan (13- 0 7 KOs) of Belgium, former Europe, England and Commonwealth Superlightweight Champion Robbie Davies Jr (21-3, 14 KOs) vs Henry ‘Hank’ Lundy (31-9-1, 14 KOs) for the vacant WBA continental belt, undefeated Belfast middleweight talent Caoimhin Agyarko (9-0 , 6 KOs) made his debut against Noe Larios Jr (14-0, 6 KOs) for the vacant international WBA belt, former Team GB star Calum French, making his professional debut at Super-Lightweight, Tokyo Olympian Peter McGrail (1-0 ) steps over the rope for the second time as a professional against Engel Gomez (8-3-) 1, 4 KOs) over six rounds and participates in the person’s bill His first brother Joe McGrail, who fought four rounds at Super-Bantamweight, Chatteris Featherweight Jordan Gill (26-1, 7 KOs) returns, while former professional soccer player Paddy Lacey (1 -0) has a third professional match.

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Conor Benn Signals New Multi-Fighting Deal with Boxing Matchroom

Rising Welterweight star Conor Benn has signed a new multi-fight deal with Eddie Hearn’s Matchroom Boxing after maintaining his impeccable record with a knockout against Adrian Granados in Leeds earlier this month.

‘Terminator’ (19-0, 12 KOs), who has made incredible progress under Tony Sims, is one of the most prominent talents in the world of boxing after an impressive winning streak that has put him in the World title at the extreme. competitive 147lbs division.

The 24-year-old Essex native started his superb form by edging Germany’s Sebastian Formella in ten rounds last November, battling and beating the former IBO world champion at the top of the table at SSE Arena, Wembley.

Benn delivered a brutal warning to his Welterweight opponents by knocking out Samuel Vargas in the opening round at Copper Box Arena in April, living up to his moniker as he lost just 1. minutes 20 seconds to ruthlessly stop the persistent Colombian.

20,000 fans gave Benn a warm welcome as he made his first outing in Leeds, and the fan favorite returned their support by widely pointing out the elusive Mexican Granados to retain his WBA Continental Title and stand in the ranks for a World Title shot.

“I am delighted to expand my professional relationship with Matchroom Boxing,” says Benn. “Matchroom believed in me from the beginning, they gave me a great opportunity and helped me grow as a professional boxer. major events around the globe and take steps to achieve the goal of becoming a World Champion in the near future.

“I want to thank my team, Tony Sims, Charlie Sims and Lee Emptage for helping me achieve this deal, as well as Eddie Hearn for his faith in continuing to pursue my dreams and make them come true. a reality, and finally a thank you to the rest of the Boxing Matchroom team for working so hard to put on the events behind the scenes and make the special nights possible. ”

Matchroom Sport President Eddie Hearn said: “I am delighted to have signed a new multi-battle promotional contract with Conor Benn. “I have seen firsthand how hard this young man has worked and now he has become a major player in British boxing. He will fight next in December and an announcement on this will be made soon. ”

“Working with Conor and Matchroom Boxing has been a pleasure, both professionally and personally,” says Tony Sims. “I’ve seen talent emerge from Conor in the early stages, it took a lot of time and persistence to get here and I know Eddie and the Matchroom team have always been behind us, creating chances and serving. at the highest level. Right now, in my opinion, there’s no better boxing team where Conor can take him down. With Matchroom and DAZN backing us, Conor is able to get to a level where he can consistently appear on major events, in major skirmishes as we continue to pursue our Title challenges. World. I am extremely happy that we have a solid plan and have signed an agreement to move forward with Eddie and the team. ”


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