Next fight of Terry Flanagan is not determined yet.
Former super middleweight champion Rocky Fielding (28-2, 15 KOs) successfully returned to the ring. 32-year-old Briton knocked out in the second round Abdallah Paziwapazi (26-7-1, 23 KOs) in a fight that was the main event of the boxing evening in Liverpool.
In one of the main events of the evening in New Orleans, USA, the interim WBC super lightweight champion Regis Prograis (23-0, 19 KOs) scores a convincing and one-sided victory over former lightweight champion Terry Flanagan (33-2, 13 KOs) and proceeds into the semi-finals of the second season of the World Boxing Super Series (WBSS), where he will meet Kiryl Relikh.
Live broadcast of the boxing evening from New Orleans, US in the main events of which the quarterfinals of the second season of the World Boxing Super Series (WBSS) will take place in the super lightweight division. In the first pair, the title holder of the WBC interim belt Regis Prograis (22-0, 19 KOs) will meet Terry Flanagan (33-1, 13 KOs), in the second battle Ivan Baranchyk (18-0, 11 KOs) and Anthony Yigit (21 0-1, 7 KOs) will challenge the vacant IBF title.
The formidable Ukrainian Vasyl Lomachenko reaffirmed his position as the best super-featherweight on the planet by stopping Jason Sosa at the weekend and then signalled his intention to challenge Terry Flanagan or Mikey Garcia at 135 pounds if a unification wasn't forthcoming at the lower weight.
British promoter Frank Warren fancies the fight between Terry Flanagan and Vasyl Lomachenko: “We are currently weighing up the options for Terry Flanagan, who could rightfully claim to be the pick of the British litter at the moment as an unbeaten 32-0 world champion. He will have to negotiate a mandatory challenge at some point this year from the talented Puerto Rican Felix Verdejo, who will present a potent threat. The thing is though, Terry also has his eye on the really big prize. He truly fancies the job against the great Vasyl Lomachenko and he and his trainer Steve Maylett are more than up for doing it.” said Warren.