Hasim Rahman Jr. vs Rashad Coulter (6 rounds) – Cruiserweight
Former UFC fighter, Rashad Coulter, who prefers to be known as “The Daywalker” comes in with a 4-0 professional Boxing record after a not so successful spell in Mixed Martial Arts. Originally he was lined up with an incredible matchup against the rising star Vidall Riley, however, the coach of Youtuber KSI was forced to pull out at short notice due to a lower back injury. His replacement comes with a name familiar to those from the Tyson era. Son of Hasim Rahman who emphatically ko’d Lennox Lewis., Rahman Jr. will be keen to follow in his Dad’s footsteps and reach the top by building on his unbeaten 9-0 record.
BSR Sports Predicts – Fight Cancelled
Badou Jack vs Blake McKernan (8 rounds)- Light Heavyweight
The two-time former World Champion Badou Jack comes in with a wealth of experience ahead of this one. “The Ripper” comes off the back off a viral horror injury in his last fight and will look to make amends for this whilst demolishing his opponents unbeaten record in the process. His opponent, Army Veteran, Blake McKernan, feels he can take advantage of the sinking ship Badou is in as he nears the end of his career, by producing yet another knockout win.
BSR Sports Predicts – Jack KO round 5 (Various – 10/3)
World famous YouTuber, Jake Paul, is keen to make a name for himself in the boxing world as he continues to call out stars such as McGregor, Mayweather etc. This fight comes after an impressive first round victory against the much sought after AnEsonGib, one in which Paul believes is only the start in proving to his 20 million subscribers what he is capable of. Former NBA star Nate Robinson feels he has what it takes to stop the Team 10 hype train. The three-time slam dunk champion wants to challenge himself against Paul and feels he can kick start a boxing career from doing so.
BSR Sports Predicts – Jake Paul by decision (various – 7/1)
Mike Tyson vs Roy Jones Jr. (8 rounds) – WBC Frontline Championship
Iron Mike makes his famed return at the ripe age of 54, to the sport he once majorly controlled.
With his last win coming in 2003, Tyson may feel some rust coming into the PPV, however, there is no doubt that the knockout power we know he posesses will once again come to light if he is shown the light by Jones Jr. Weight journeyman, Jones, says he is “ready to die” in what should be one of the Fights of the Year as we close off 2020. With a record of 66 wins out of 75 it is unanimous Jones will pose an undeniable threat with three years of youth to his advantage. After much controversy Knockouts WILL be allowed, however, there will be NO official winner. Earlier it was announced that the decision will be announced by the WBC after the fight.
BSR Sports Predicts – Tyson to win (Vbet – 4/9)