Adam Azim and Tyler Denny aim for European titles at BOXXER show in Wolverhampton on November 18 | Boxing News

Adam Azim and Tyler Denny will both aim for European title glory in Wolverhampton on November 18, live on Sky Sports.

Azim, one of British boxing’s most exciting talents, will fight for the European welterweight belt in just his 10th fight when he challenges Frenchman Franck Petitjean in a BOXXER show at the Halls.

English champion Denny, who has rejuvenated his career with four consecutive victories, will hope to deliver a memorable victory for his local fans in the Midlands when he takes on Italian Matteo Signani. for the European middleweight title.

After nine successive victories, including six explosive saves, Azim can reinforce his status as the division’s rising star by attempting to unseat two-time Euro king Petitjean.

Azim said: “I’m so excited for this fight. Fighting for the EBU title in my 10th fight is huge for me. I’m ready to put on a show and take this belt home with me on the 18th. november.”

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But Petitjean insists he will take his belt back across the Channel after spoiling Azim’s perfect record.

“I have always loved challenges and being able to take part in a major event abroad is very motivating. I can’t wait to push Adam to his limits and of course return victorious to France!” said Petitjean.

The seasoned Signani, who stopped Anderson Prestot to reclaim his belt last November, represents Denny’s toughest challenge yet.

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“I’m expecting the toughest fight of my career, but I’m more than ready and more than capable,” Denny said.

“I’m going to have an army of fans with me on fight night and the atmosphere is going to be incredible. I’ll become European Champion on November 18 – that belt will stay in the Midlands!”

Signani said: “I feel very good and I will be stronger than ever to take on the challenge with Tyler Denny. I respect him and I have to recognize that he is a tough guy to challenge me, but I am ‘The Jaguar’ , the champion. , and I will remain so for a long time.”

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Ben Shalom, CEO of BOXXER, said: “The partnership between BOXXER and Adam Azim reaches new heights with each release. Everyone knows how incredibly talented he is and to be the mandatory challenger for the European title at 21 years old, in only his 10th professional outing, speaks volumes about his abilities inside the ring and the excellent work being done by the BOXXER matchmaking team outside. he.

“Franck Petitjean has a lot of experience and is by far the toughest opponent Azim has faced so far. It’s a huge test and if he passes it, then there really are no limits. We’ll look at the world title opportunities for him next year as he looks to keep the promise he made to Amir Khan and win a world title even quicker than he did.

“Tyler Denny’s story also comes with another incredible chapter. Two years ago we looked at him and saw a boxer who had great potential but hadn’t been given the right opportunities. He went 4-0 with BOXXER, he’s the English middleweight champion and now he’s gearing up for a European title. Honestly, I can’t wait to see how far Tyler Denny can go and I also can’t wait to hear how loud his army of supporters will be on fight night.

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