Septembers One 2 Watch

Septembers one 2 watch is Tony Yoka, This French heavyweight prospect has already had great success as an amatuer.

Yoka Won:

Yoka turned professional in 2017, trained by Virgil Hunter, Yoka fought and beat Travis Clark in his debut fight at Le Palais des Sports in Paris, on June 2017. On October 2017, Yoka defeated Jonathan Rice via unanimous decision.

In July 2018, the French Anti-Doping Agency banned him for one year because of missing three drug tests between July 2016 and July 2017. His appeal against the ruling was rejected by the French Council of State in August 2018.

Last year, Yoka, 28, returned to the ring and defeated German heavyweight
Michael Wallisch (20-4, 13 KOs) by a third-round knockout on September 28 in Nantes, France.

Yoka is currently ranked #10 by the IBF, and he needs to get his career going if he’s to live up to the high expectations that fans had of him when first turned pro.

His record currently stands at 7-0 (6KO)

Who is currently the best Super Middleweight?

The super middleweight division is currently one of the most exciting division

With the super middleweight world title belts being split between 4, very talented, undefeated boxers. The world is looking forward to some mouth-watering unification matches.

Then of course, there is the ever-threatening Canelo Alvarez, Canelo has ability to fight from the middleweight to the light heavyweight division.

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