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Hamzah Sheeraz to Make Comeback with a ‘Very Significant’ Fight

Hamzah Sheeraz, the Commonwealth middleweight champion, was forced to take a break after undergoing hand surgery. However, he is expected to return to full training later this year and is anticipated to participate in a "very significant fight" before the end of the year.


Sheeraz is a promising athlete who won 12 consecutive professional bouts before being sidelined by his injury. Despite this setback, he is back in the gym, preparing for his comeback in June, after Ramadan.


Frank Warren, promoter of Sheeraz, said, “Hamzah had an operation on his hand and I just want to get him back in the swing in June. He will headline there and I’m looking to get him a significant fight by the end of the year.”


The 22-year-old fighter from London is one of the emerging talents in the sport and is expected to make a big impression upon his return.


Sheeraz has shown remarkable skill and determination throughout his career, making him one of the most exciting prospects in British boxing.


Despite his injury, he has remained positive and focused, training hard every day and maintaining his commitment to the sport.


His fans around the world are eagerly anticipating his return to the ring, and many are predicting great things for the young boxer.


Hamzah Sheeraz is a name to keep an eye on in the world of boxing. His passion for the sport and his impressive track record to date sets him apart from his peers.


He is indeed a fighter to watch out for, and his comeback later this year is something that will surely excite his fans and inspire new converts to the sport of boxing.

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