Bright EDWARDS HAS pledged to ensure 2021 is another large year for the dark horses by continuing in the 2020 strides of Teofimo Lopez, Dillian Whyte and Jeison Rosario by stunning the boxing scene when he takes on IBF Flyweight World Champion Moruti Mthalane.
Mthalane vs Edwards: How to Watch
Date: Friday, April 30, 2021
Time: 4:00 PM EDT / 1:00PM PDT
Venue: Copper Box Arena, London
A year ago saw the bookies – alongside a decent couple of savants – shook by a progression of prominent fistic disturbs, and 2021 has begun likewise with Mauricio Lara and Lennox Clarke recording staggering triumphs over higher positioned adversaries.
Disturbing the chances is the thing that Edwards should do in the event that he needs to claim the IBF belt held by the fight solidified hero on April 30, live on BT Sport.
This specific wagering longshot is a devoted admirer of our canine companions and should gather up the bulldog soul of his adored dogs against the 39-2 leader of the division, with 26 KOs to his name.
Edwards is the glad proprietor of two American Bullys – Duchess and Kilo – who he demands are not exactly as savage as they look. He realizes it is dependent upon him to demonstrate again that dark horses can snap and nibble with the best of the family advocate.
“I’m quite glad to be viewed as the longshot,” affirmed the 25-year-old. “They have been on an extraordinary run as of late and particularly since boxing went away from plain view.
“It is a pattern I am certain of proceeding and when I get the belt it will be in safe keeping with Kilo and Duchess securing the royal gems! I may need to get some information about authorizing some title holder canine restraints on the off chance that everything turns out well for me.
“What’s more, I realize my canines look very mean, yet they are enormous teddy bears!”
Edwards goes into fight conceding that he may be short the alleged dangers of his four-legged family and should survey what he is facing in the two or three rounds.
“I figure I should move around and view the entire 12 rounds, frankly. You don’t go head on against an enduring item, I must attempt to work around it however long I can.
“This is certainly a 12-round battle and I have prepared for 15. All I know is, I wouldn’t attempt to beat him in an arm wrestle, so I won’t attempt to beat him in a battle!”
Edwards is both comfortable and amicable with the 38-year-old, known as ‘Babyface’, since fraternizing over in Ukraine at an instructional course.
“It is an agreeable one since we were together in Ukraine and we have each other via online media, so it has consistently been a ‘best of luck’ or ‘very much done’ when battles. He is top of the division, top of the tree and he is the place where every other person needs to be.
“He is intensely kept away from, we realize that. I believe he’s had like 10 world title battles and no one has at any point offered him a unification chance. He has demonstrated over and over he will be the away warrior, even as a best on the planet.
“I think you need to comprehend the monster I am getting in the ring with, frankly. I do.
“At the point when I slipped out of the ring in Ukraine he said I would 100% be a best on the planet, when I asked him for an image. Ideally that 100% will be on April 30 and against him, however he is a particularly pleasant man and an extraordinary hero.
“I do really feel respected to be imparting a ring to him, however all the neighborliness will drop off the radar when that first chime goes. I simply need to win and having that world title would mean without a doubt the world to me and it would put me up there with the top British warriors at this moment.”
Mthalane vs Edwards: Fight Card
- Moruti Mthalane vs Sunny Edwards (flyweight ) For IBF World tit.
- Michael Conlan vs Ionut Baluta (super bantamweight)
- Troy Williamson vs Kieran Smith (super welterweight)
- Ryan Garner vs Paul Holt (super featherweight )
- Joshua Frankham vs Naheem Ali (super welterweight)
- Levi Frankham vs Paul Cummings (super welterweight )
- Jonathan Kumuteo vs Dale Arrowsmith (super welterweight)