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A week before the full WBC Super Lightweight title is up for grabs between Jose Carlos Ramirez and Amir Imam, the World Boxing Council have opted an interim title to be fought for between Regis Prograis and Julius Indongo.
To lessen the confusion, that simple suggests that Prograis-Indongo is a final eliminator for a belt that is currently vacant.
It is tomorrow night that the pair shall meet in a division that is in need of a new leader, following Terence Crawford’s recent exodus to a money-spinning Welterweight division.
The clash is unlikely to garner the sort of attention that such a 50/50 contest would otherwise deserve.
Former IBF & WBA champion, Indongo is in fact a replacement for another former champion, Viktor Postol. But the switch in opposition has done little to alter how exciting a bout this could be.
Indongo 22-1(11KO’s) was demolished last time out, when he caught the full raft of a Crawford unifying the 140lbs division. It was in round 3 that a body shot took all the air from the Namibian champion.
It was the maiden defeat of Indongo’s accelerated career. At 35-years old, there has been no room for holding back, and he has done nothing of the sort, winning the IBF title in late 2016 with a vicious first round knockout of Eduard Troyanovsky, before adding the WBA title 4 months later. Another 4 months passed before he attempted to add Crawford’s WBC and WBO titles to his resume.
It won’t be easy for the 29-year-old southpaw, who’s won all 20 of his bouts in his six years as a pro. Standing in his way for an interim, 140-pound World Boxing Council belt is Julius Indongo, who won his first 22 fights as a pro before losing over the summer to perhaps the best boxer right now, Terence Crawford.
Prograis and Indongo are set to square off Friday night at the Deadwood Mountain Grand resort in South Dakota. The telecast on the cable channel Showtime, scheduled to include two other fights, begins at 9 p.m.
If Prograis triumphs, it is believed he will become the first New Orleans native to hold a world title belt from one of boxing’s four major sanctioning bodies since Willie Pastrano claimed the light heavyweight crowns from the WBC and the World Boxing Association in 1963.