UNIFIED WORLD SUPER lightweight champion Josh Taylor will fight in Glasgow again, at the SSE Hydro, for his mandatory defence of his IBF title against the unbeaten Thai Apinun Khongsong on Saturday May 2, live on BT Sport.
Sampson Lewkowicz of Sampson Boxing proudly announces he has won today’s IBF purse bid for the right to promote Scottish IBF Junior Welterweight Champion Josh Taylor’s mandatory defense against Thailand’s Apinun Khongsong.
Boxing fans have been treated to an exciting year of pugilistic action. We’ve experienced a mix of highs and lows, but the fact remains that our sport continues to grow and there are some positive signs for the future. As we wave goodbye to 2019…..
Unified Super Lightweight champion Josh Taylor relieved Regis Prograis of his WBA title last weekend via a close Majority decision, a verdict which left fight fans to argue the fact in the aftermath of the final of the World Boxing Super Series.
IBF Lightweight Champion Josh Taylor (16-0, 12 KOs) scored a Majority decision over WBA titleholder Regis Prograis (24-1, 20 KOs) to win the world Boxing Super Series at the O2 Arena in london on Saturday Night.
The battle lines were drawn some time ago, this Saturday will crown the outright winner of the Muhammad Ali trophy within the Lightweight division with bragging rights recouped by the winner of this great Super Series tournament.