WBC World Champion Briedis meets Irish-based and Cuban-born Perez in quarter-final showdown on September 30th at the Riga Arena in LatviaThe World Boxing Super Series is delighted to announce that the Riga Arena in Latvia will play host to the cruiserweight quarter-final bout between reigning and defending WBC World Champion Mairis Briedis (22-0, 18 KOs) and Irish-based and Cuban-born Mike Perez (22-2-1, 14 KOs) on September 30th.
In a week where major main events for the men are sparing on US television, fight fans don’t have to go without. One of the best fighters in the world can be seen in the US Saturday night. The results are already in. Puerto Rico’s 28-year old Amanda Serrano (33-1-1, 25 KO) added yet another victory Friday night with a third-round stoppage of 27-year old Hungarian Edina Kiss (13-5, 7 KO) in defense of the WBO super bantamweight title. It was her second successful defense.
Six months ago, most boxing fans weren’t all that familiar with Miguel Berchelt. Now that he has beaten former champions Francisco Vargas and Takashi Miura in back-to-back bouts, Berchelt believes he has made a credible case for becoming the fighter to beat in a super featherweight division that includes WBO champion Vasyl Lomachenko and IBF champion Gervonta Davis. “I feel like I’m the best [at 130 pounds],” Berchelt told BoxingScene.come through a translator. “I feel like I’m the champion.
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