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Rau’Shee to defend WBA Bantam Title

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Boxing fans are in for a feast of live boxing action as Professional American boxer Rau’Shee Warren is set to defend his WBA bantam title against ZhanatZhakiyanov in Ohio on February 10.

Warren, 29, is a three-time Olympian and won gold and two bronze medals at the world amateur championships in the flyweight division. He has a record of 13-1-1nc; 4 since making his pro debut in November 2012, in what could once again be a closely-fought contest in this battle of southpaws.

The undisputed boxer, an American decent has held the WBA (Undisputed) and IBO bantamweight titles since 2016 is ranked at No 12 by the WBA and No 41 by the IBO. StarTimes willbeam all the actions from the pitcheswhere they will have a world title doubleheader (WBA SUPER WORLD BANTAMWEIGHT TITLE&IBO WORLD BANTAMWEIGHT TITLE live from USA and will begin at 02.00 GMT (Feb 11) and is anticipated to conclude by 04.00 GMT.

He has always been considered one of Boxing’s future stars, after suffering a big literal blow from Payano, he however returned for a re-match with him and earned a great victory to become world champion.  His first challenge, ZHANAT ZHAKIYANOV, is no joke, possessing major power and a willingness to engage.

On the same card, on February 10th,one of boxing’s most exciting young fighters in the light heavyweight contest, Robert Easter Jr (18-0; 14 KOs), recently a world championwill step into the ring anddefend his IBF strap and present himself as the fighting pride of his hometown as he battlesagainst 31 year old Puerto Rican Luis Cruz (22-4-1, 16 KOs) for the first time.

The 25-year-old Easter dates his victories back to 2015 before earning his world title opportunity against Richard Commey in September. Cruz, 31 has fought high-class competition. His last ended in a back-and-forth split-decision draw against Ivan Redkach.

Easter will now for the first time go head to head with Cruz with expectations of a victory.The match will kick off at the Huntington Center in Toledo, Ohio, Premier Boxing Champions.

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