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Robert Easter Jr. will confront Rances Barthelemy in a conflict of once-beaten lightweight titlists on Apr. 27, it was declared by Premier Boxing Champions.
The 12-round session will happen at The Cosmopolitan at Las Vegas and will feature a Showtime tripleheader broadcast (10 p.m. ET/7 p.m. PT).
The conflict among Easter and Barthelemy places two of the top lightweights in enclosing a convincing junction session.
Easter (21-1, 14 knockouts) has not battled since losing to WBC lightweight titleholder Mikey Garcia by consistent choice in a unification session, on July 28, in Los Angeles. Easter, who lives in Toledo, Ohio, lost the IBF title belt all the while.
The 28-year-old Easter vanquished Javier Fortuna by split choice in his past battle on January 20 of a year ago. Easter, who trusts a triumph over Barthelemy would put him among the tip top in the division, is persuaded his physical characteristics will have the effect in the battle.
“I’ve needed to battle Barthelemy since he had the (IBF) lightweight title and emptied it and now I get the opportunity,” said Easter, who has triumphs over Richard Commey and Denis Shafikov. “He has a cumbersome style and I’m up for that challenge. I am as yet coming in as the taller contender with an achieve preferred standpoint and I’ll utilize it to influence this battle to go how I need it. He is a previous best on the planet and he is coming to bring it simply as am I.”
Easter is positioned No. 3 by RingTV
Barthelemy (27-1, 14 KOs) is initially from Havana, Cuba and now lives in Miami, Florida. The 32-year-old two-division titleholder is falling off a third round stoppage triumph of understudy Robert Frankel on December 22.
In his past session on March 10 of a year ago, Barthelemy lost by consistent choice to Kiryl Relikh, who won the empty WBA junior welterweight title with the triumph.
Barthelemy trusts he is taking care of business battling at 135 pounds and can’t see himself losing on April 27.
“I’m anticipating an incredible battle against Robert Easter Jr.,” said Barthelemy. “I realize I have the stuff to beat him and catch a different universe title. My best exhibitions have come at 135 pounds. The two of us are previous title holders who are eager and will give the fans an electrifying night of boxing. I’ve never lost at lightweight and that will proceed on April 27.”
Leonard Ellerbe, the CEO of Mayweather Promotions, concurs.
“Two previous title holders hoping to recover their title status justifies itself with real evidence, as far as the activity and will to win that Easter and Barthelemy will expedite April 27. Both folks have officially demonstrated that they have the stuff to put everything in order at this dimension.”
In the co-include, junior welterweight contender Viktor Postol (30-2, 12 KOs), who is initially from Ukraine and now lives in Los Angeles, will square off against Mohamed Mimoune in a 12-round title eliminator.
Postol keep going battled on November 3 in Glasgow, Scotland, crushing Turkey’s Siar Ozgul by choice. In his past battle on June 23, Postol lost by consistent choice to contender Josh Taylor.
Postol’s other annihilation came because of then-junior welterweight titleholder Terence Crawford in July of 2016.
Mimoune (21-2, 2 KOs), who lives in Toulouse, France, has won his last 10 sessions, which incorporates triumphs over Sam Eggington and Ceferino Rodriguez.
In the opening episode of the Showtime broadcast, heavyweight prospect Efe Ajagba (9-0, 8 KOs) of Nigeria will confront Germany’s Michael Wallisch (19-1, 12 KOs) in a 10-round session.