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Photos: Heather Hardy, Amanda Serrano - Face To Face in NYC

Tickets for the WBC World Lightweight title final eliminator clash between American sensation Devin Haney and Russian dangerman Zaur Abdellaev on Friday September 13 at the Hulu Theater at Madison Square Garden in New York, live on DAZN in the US and on Sky Sports in the UK. (photos by Ed Mulholland).

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Haney (22-0 14 KOs) made an electrifying debut with Matchroom Boxing USA and DAZN in May, destroying Antonio Moran with a KO of the year contender in the seventh round of their clash in Maryland. The 20 year old fights in the Big Apple for the first time in his career and the Las Vegas native, ranked #2 with the WBC, hits Manhattan for his biggest fight yet in association with Devin Haney Promotions and Titov Boxing.

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Abdullaev (11-0 7 KOs) is ranked #3 with the WBC having landed the Silver Lightweight strap in just his ninth pro outing in April 2018, and the highly rated and dangerous Russian registered his 11 th pro win and seventh inside the distance in February, stopping Humberto Martinez in Ekaterinburg, and now fights outside his homeland for the first time in his career.

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The WBC crown will be in the hands of either Vasiliy Lomachenko or Luke Campbell MBE when the clash at The O2 in London on August 31, with Haney and Abdullaev keenly observing that clash from their training camps become locking horns on September 13.

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WBA and IBF World Super-Bantamweight champion Daniel Roman leads a stacked undercard in a mouth-watering chief-support bout as he takes on lethal WBA mandatory challenger Murodjon Akhmadaliev. Roman (27-2-1 10 KOs) unified his WBA crown with the IBF strap of Irishman TJ Doheny in a fight of the year contender at home in Los Angeles in April, a fifth World title win on the bounce a fourth inside 14 months for the 29 year old.

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Roman's fifth defense of his WBA crown pits him against dangerous Uzbek talent Akhmadaliev (6-0 5 KOs) - the highly decorated amateur has looked fearsome in ending five of his six pro outings to date inside the distance, with the 25 year old's last win coming on the same LA bill as Roman's dust-up with Doheny. Roman vs. Akhmadaliev is brought to you in association with Thompson Boxing and World of Boxing.

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There's more World title action on the bill as record-breaking seven-weight World champion Amanda Serrano challenges WBO World Featherweight champion Heather Hardy in an all-Brooklyn affair, brought to you by DiBella Entertainment in association with Matchroom Boxing USA.

Serrano (36-1-1 27 KOs) conquered her seventh weight class at the Hulu Theater in title in January when the Puerto Rican destroyed Eva Voraberger inside the opening round to claim the vacant WBO Super-Flyweight title.

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Serrano held the WBO Featherweight strap in 2016 before vacating it then her sister Cindy picked it up later that year. Hardy (22-0 4 KOs) was next in line to win the vacant title in October in a rematch against Shelley Vincent in the Hulu Theater. Hardy put boxing on hold to return to MMA in June with an outing at Bellator 222 at Madison Square Garden but returns to boxing to go head-to-head with her fellow Brooklynite.

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The Heavyweight landscape remains a hot one and there's a great 50-50 clash on the card as Michael Hunter challenges Sergey Kuzmin for the WBA Intercontinental title. Hunter (17-1 12 KOs) holds the International strap with the WBA having KO'd Alexander Ustinov in Monte Carlo in November and defended that with a second round KO of Fabio Maldonado in Maryland in May. The 31 year old is rapidly rising in the rankings and can take a huge leap towards World title action with a win but faces a crunch challenge in the form of Kuzmin (15-0 11 KOs).

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The unbeaten Russian puts the strap he won at Wembley Stadium in London in September against David Price and first saw off LaRon Mitchell and then Joey Dawejko in successful Stateside defenses. With Kuzmin ranked #5 and Hunter #8 with the WBA, the victor in New York will be knocking on the door for a title shot, raising the stakes in this pick'em match-up, in association with World of Boxing.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Patsfan bri on 08-14-2019

Heather looks lovely me she could be in ****, then again so does Amanda.

Comment by Oldskoolg on 08-13-2019

They should fight naked....and then do it in Mma rules naked too

Comment by Ray* on 08-13-2019

[QUOTE=Randall Cunning;19984859]I suspect Taylor will be on this Usyk Chicago card next, rematching McCaskill for her 140 titles. If Taylor is moving up permanently Hearn needs to go pick up Chantelle Cameron, give her a push at 135, needs to…

Comment by Randall Cunning on 08-13-2019

[QUOTE=Ray*;19984829]Brilliant, thanks for shedding some like on this. I was thinking why sign with matchroom if she was going to be fighting different targets when Taylor is there.[/QUOTE] I suspect Taylor will be on this Usyk Chicago card next, rematching…

Comment by Ray* on 08-13-2019

[QUOTE=Randall Cunning;19984820]Apparently DiBella signed the deal without her knowledge, with the purses already negotiated to the deal, Taylor as the 3rd fight. Serrano then said she wanted more money, Hearn said but you've already signed a contract, Serrano said she…

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