Xu Can vs Wood

Matchroom Fight Camp returns for three consecutive weekends (July 31st, August 7th and August 14th) as a groundbreaking five-year global deal with DAZN begins in the UK.

WBA # 9 Conor Benn was set to defend his WBA continental welterweight belt for the fifth time against Mexican-American Adrian Granados but returned a positive test for Covid-19 during fight week that resulted in Xu Can vs. mainly. Event.

Ben Davison-trained 32-year-old ‘Leigh-thal’ Wood is jumping from British title level to world title but is 100% confident of dethroning the Chinese champion he hasn’t lost. one of his last 15 fights, including three world titles.

‘Monster’ Can’s two losses came in his first five professional bouts in 2014, and the decisions were mixed and split. Trained by Pedro Diaz, he has now been unbeaten for almost seven years and is 3-0 in world championship fights, with all three of his career K. Find out more about China’s third world champion HERE

Wood’s last five wins were by knockout, so in his last five fights he gets into this competition with a 100% knockout rate, and Can has a knockout rate of 50% in his last six fights as the odds are high could be. an aftermath win for one of these featherweights.

Wood: “As a child, you dream of going to the gym and fighting for a world title. I am 100% confident that I will cross the finish line on Saturday evening. I’ve worked so hard, my testimonial about being in the gym and ready to work with Ben and get better is why I got ready in no time.

“In my last British title fight, I only had a short time with Ben, I worked on things and I did what they told me, I just trusted him and it worked. Now I’m back in the gym after that fight, collecting things, and now I understand what I’m doing.

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