Friday, May 20 is going to be a thrilling and dangerous event in the world of boxing. Because former European champion in two weight, welterweight and super welterweight, Biskian Kerman Lejarraga (34-2, 26 KO) is continuing his path to world title controversy after giving up his European title.
On Friday, May 20, Kerman Lagerraga (34-2, 26 KOs) competes against another British opponent, James Metcalfe (21-2, 13 KOs) at the Bilbao Arena, Bilbao. Lejarraga, who defended his European title last December against Englishman Jack Flatley through KO in the ninth, will now face another British man. Which will lead to the first world title shot
Following the return of a Spanish Golden Boy, the matchroom left for another hometown on Friday 20 May - as did Kerman Lagerraga (34-2, 26 KOs) in Bilbao and another British rival James Metcalfe (21-2, 13). KOs). Arena, Bilbao Following KO's brutal victory in December, The Revolver will try to pull the trigger on another standout performance that will lead it to its first world title shot.
Mercy sider Metcalf, a former Commonwealth champion, has lost his last two bouts - to Ted Chaseman (TKO11) in the British Super Welterweight title challenge, then to top prospect Caron Conway (UD10) in 2021. Shamrock now wants to get back on track to win in 2022, but faces a formidable opponent in the two-time European champion 'Revolver' Lejarraga, who has already beaten six Britons - Denton Wessel Frankie Gavin Bradley Skate; Tyrone Nurse; Jazz Smith Jack Flatley.
"I'm happy to be back in Bilbao before the fierce battle with Metcalfe and then I'm ready for the world title. My team knows that!" Kerman Lagerraga said.
The question is, will Lagerraga be able to defeat the British man again? Will he really be able to move towards the world title shot?
James Metcalfe will shatter Lagerraga's dream of a world title?