By Alexey Sukachev
Russian heavyweight Sergey Kuzmin is aiming to become a mandatory challenger to world title by the end of 2018.
The 30-year-old Kuzmin is being fast-tracked to a world title.
With only 11 wins (8 by KO), he will take a serious step up in class by facing veteran Amir Mansour on November 27th in Moscow. Despite his age of 45, Mansour is always in exceptional shape, punches hard and is widley regarded as one of the more durable fighters in the heavyweight division.
The current champions are Deontey Wilder of the WBC, Joseph Parker for the WBO, and Anthony Joshua holds the WBA, IBF and IBO.
Eduard Troyanovskiy (Russia) 139.4 vs. Carlos Manuel Portillo (Paraguay) 139.5 - 12 rounds for WBA light welterweight elimination.
Sergey Kuzmin (Russia) 241.9 vs. Amir Mansour (USA) 224.8 - 12 rounds for the WBC International heavyweight title
Alexey Papin (Russia) 199.8 vs. Ismayl Sillakh (Ukraine) 199.8 - 10 rounds.
Alexey Egorov (Russia) 199 vs. Andrey Knyazev (Russia) 199.7 - 10 rounds for the Russian cruiserweight title
Valery Tretyakov (Russia) 126 vs. Arnold Khegay (Ukraine) 124.1 - 10 rounds
Sergey Lubkovich (Russia) 150.8 vs. Victor Plotnikov (Ukraine) 149.8 - 10 rounds. Plotnikov (34-4, 16 KOs) is a late sub for the injured Italian Michele di Rocco.
Andrey Afonin (Russia) 224.8 vs. Victor Chvarkov (Belarus) 224.2 - 8 rounds.
Georgy Chelokhsaev (Russia) 139.2 vs. Evgueny Pavko (Russia) 140 - 10 rounds for the Russian light welterweight title
Evgueny Smirnov (Russia) 125.6 vs. Jhon Ghemino (Philippines) 126.7 - 10 rounds
Svetlana Kulakova (Russia) 139.4 vs. Judy Waguthi (Kenya) 138.6 - 10 rounds for the IBO female light welterweight title