Arslanbek Makhmudov vs Michael Wallisch watch online and Full fight Preview

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A Look Forward to Arslanbek Makhmudov vs Michael Wallisch The 16th of December, 2022
Arslanbek Makhmudov now has a foe for his next bout.
Eye of The Tiger Management (EOTTM) founder and president Camille Estephan revealed to that Michael Wallisch of Germany has accepted to face the undefeated Makhmudov in his next fight. The original heavyweight fight was supposed to take place on December 16 at Centre Gervais Auto in Shawinigan, Canada, but Makhmudov was unable to find a suitable opponent in time.

This Friday, December 16th, in Shawinigan, Quebec, Canada, unbeaten Russian prospect Arslanbek Makhmudov will defend his North American Boxing Association and NABF Heavyweight Titles against undefeated German opponent Michael Wallisch. In the United States, the ten-round fight will be broadcast on ESPN+. After a 10-round unanimous decision win in September, Makhmudov successfully defended the NABA and NABF Belts and won the vacant WBC Silver Heavyweight Belt against Carlos Takam. Wallisch’s most recent fight was in May when he knocked out Toni Thes in the second round.

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Taking place on Friday at the Centre Gervais Auto in Shawinigan, Canada, rising heavyweight Arslanbek Makhmudov will attempt to wrap out his 2022 campaign against seasoned veteran Michael Wallisch.

U.S. viewers can catch Arslanbek Makhmudov vs Michael Wallisch and the rest of the Eye of the Tiger card on 16 December at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT.

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Arslanbek Makhmudov, a Russian heavyweight contender who has yet to be defeated, will be fighting this coming Friday in one of the year’s final noteworthy bouts. The 33-year-old Canadian resident has had a successful 2022, during which the towering puncher has fought and defeated higher-level opponents including Mariusz Wach.

It’s been public knowledge for a while now that heavyweight contender Arslanbek Makhmudov will be in action on December 16. The opponent he would be fighting was unknown to us.

Raphael Akpejiori appeared to be his opponent (14-0, 13 KOs). The Nigerian, who had been living in Miami, reneged on a promise in order to return to fighting in his native country. Because of this, Eye of the Tiger started courting somebody else. An arrangement to see Makhmudov at the Centre Gervais Auto in Shawinigan, Canada was eventually negotiated with Michael Wallisch.

In 2010, Makhmudov won the Russian national title for boxers aged 19 to 22, and in 2014 and 2015, he was ranked first in the world at super heavyweight in the World Series of Boxing.

The 6’8″ Nigerian Raphael Akpejiori (14-0, 13KOs) was scheduled to fight Makhmudov next on the fight card, however, the bout was cancelled for unknown reasons. Wallisch (23-5, 16KOs) took his place. The 37-year-old fighter from Munich has renewed faith in his abilities after knocking out Toni Thes in the second round of their May 28 fight in Hamburg, Germany.

Since losing to former unified cruiserweight champion Murat Gassiev via fourth-round knockout in Moscow in July, this victory was Wallisch’s only bout. Wallisch, who has fought nine times, will be fighting for the sixth time in a new nation, and the second time in North America. His prior opponents, Joe Joyce, Tony Yoka, and Efe Ajagba, were all undefeated heavyweights.

Arslanbek Makhmudov vs Michael Wallisch Fight card preview

On September 10 in Montreal, Makhmudov (15-0, 14KOs) defeated Carlos Takam, a previous championship challenger. The 33-year-old Russian heavyweight presently residing in Montreal had previously stopped all of his opponents and none had lasted beyond the seventh round before this.

A heavyweight crossroads match between Quebec’s Simon Kean (21-1, 20KOs) and former championship contender Eric Molina remains on the card (29-8, 21KOs).

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Steven Butler, a fringe middleweight contender with a 31-3-1 record and 26 knockouts, will meet Joshua Conley, also a fringe middleweight contender, in a 10-round contest. Unbeaten Mary Spencer (7-0, 5KOs) takes on Femke Hermans (13-4, 5KOs), a previous four-time championship contender in a junior middleweight contest that goes 10 rounds.

Natasha Jonas, who is the lineal, WBC, IBF, and WBO junior middleweight champion, just designated Spencer as the number one and mandatory challenger for her belt (13-2-1, 8KOs).

Despite EOTTM’s best efforts, Makhmudov remains the holder of the WBC Silver championship. After beating his opponent on the 16th of December, he will have to face Zhan Kossobutskiy of Kazakhstan (19-0, 18KOs).

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