SUNNY EDWARDS VS MUHAMMAD WASEEM WEIGHT LOSS RESULTS AND RUN Sequences – Watch LIVE on fubo TV in the US and Eurosport in Europe
Both fighters reached their 8th limit when they competed on stage at the Irish Village in Dubai.
The hotly-anticipated clash of Edwards and Waseem made headlines on the second night of Probellum Evolution, with the WBC’s final ultra-lightweight knockout match between Regis Prograis and Tyrone McKenna serving as co-main event.
Liverpool’s Peter McGrail, a brilliantly talented amateur who was undefeated professionally, also battled with impressive cards, including TJ Doheny, Hovhannes Bachkov and many more.
Boxing begins at 5:35 p.m. local time with action from a big boxing night broadcast by the linear channels of Eurosport Discover + and the Eurosport App, to 62 million homes across Europe and the subcontinent India.
fuboTV will stream both Probellum Evolution shows to its audiences in North America, with ESPN KO showing the cards in South America, after a deal was announced last week.
IBF’S FLIGHT LIGHT SUBJECT TO THE WORLD – 12 rounds
Sunny Edwards (17-0) day 7 13 lbs 5oz
Muhammad Waseem (12-1) 7st 13lbs 12oz
WBC SUPER LIGHT TITLE REMOVAL HEADES – 12 Loops
Regis Prograis (26-1) 9st 12lbs 14oz
Tyrone McKenna (22-2-1) 9st 13lbs 8oz
6 Rounds Bantamweight Super Competition
Peter McGrail (2-0) 8th time 13lbs
Alexandru Ionita (13-17-1) 8st 11lbs
Featherweight 10 rounds
TJ Doheny (March 22) 9st 1oz
Cesar Juarez (October 27) 8st 13lbs 14oz
10 rounds of Super Lightweight Competition
Hovhannes Bachkov (2-0) 10st 2lbs 6oz
Cristian Coria (29-9-2) 10st 2lbs 6oz
4 rounds of Cruiserweight competition
Jamie King (2-0) day 14 6lbs 13oz
Naveen Verma (4-1) 14st 2lbs 6oz
6 Rounds of the Lightweight Competition
Bander Samreen (4-0) 9st 9lbs 13oz
Denis Bartos (6-2) 9st 8lbs 14oz
4 rounds of light-heavy competition
Khalid Ayub (2-0) day 12 8 lbs 6oz
Annem Sivareddy (1-2) day 12 8 lbs 6oz
8 rounds of Lightweight Competition
Faizan Anwar (April 10)
Khojiakbov Qodirokhunov (4-0-1)
6 rounds of Super featherweight competition
Fahad Al Boushi (7-1) 9st 5lbs 13oz
Mohamed Kashinde (11-8-7) 9st 6lbs 1oz
World champion Sunny Edwards says efforts from Muhammad Waseem to ‘play with his ego’ and lure him into a fight won’t work.
The flyweights collided in a hotly anticipated fight for the IBF world title at Probellum Evolution on Saturday night in Dubai and both men are extremely confident of victory.
Edwards and Waseem faced off at the Irish Village on Thursday night in front of a rowdy St Patrick’s Day crowd and although the title holder admitted to being “a bit arrogant”, he was adamant that he I will not fall into the minds of Pakistanis Game.
“I’m flashy, maybe a little smug, maybe a bit arrogant,” Edwards said.
“I know their team is trying to pull me out of the way I usually box and play with my pride and ego but that is making things worse, because I can go finished 12 rounds and didn’t let a single shot happen. land if I want. ”
Waseem replied: “Watch the game and there will be a big disappointment on Saturday night. All talks will be terminated. Viva Vietnam! ”
The co-main event at the Dubai Duty Free Tennis Stadium on Saturday night saw former world champion Regis Prograis clash with Ireland’s Tyrone McKenna in the final elimination match for the WBC ultralightweight title.
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No love was lost in the build-up and the enmity rose to new heights as they sat across from each other on Thursday and engaged in some unfiltered pre-fight exchanges.
Prograis said: “The fight happened because he was talking trash on the net, he was on Twitter and he was saying a bunch of trash, I was like: ‘What the hell is this?!’ I figured it out and that’s why we’re here. He wants to fight, so here we are.
“If he takes this penalty for 10 rounds, then he’s a tough guy, but at the same time I don’t see him taking it in 10 rounds.”
“I saw it as like I wanted to beat Prograis, I called him out and I got what I wanted,” McKenna said. Whenever I want to fight, I make it happen, I’m a self-righteous king.
“This Saturday’s war will be defined by two things: war and brutality.”
Liverpool super talent Peter McGrail, also in Dubai on Saturday night and a former two-time World Amateur Championship bronze medalist, is promising a dazzling display.
The gifted McGrail says: “My style is to find a way not to get hit and to punish my opponent. You’ll see loads of skill on the show, loads of angles, quick feet, great head movements and just a stylish performance on Saturday. ”
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