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  • Writer's pictureDexter Hastings

Denny On His Way To Wembley

Updated: Jul 1

Rowley Regis’s Tyler Denny is not sitting on his laurels after defending his EBU Middleweight European title stopping unbeaten Felix Cash at the Resorts World Birmingham on Saturday (22.6.24). The BcB and Boxxer promotions fighter has already accepted his next challenge when he takes on another unbeaten fighter Hamzah Sheeraz for his European title over twelve rounds at Wembley stadium on the twenty first of September 2024. This was announced at the press conference for the Riyadh Season ‘Wembley stadium edition’ with the main event being newly crowned IBF Heavyweight World champ Daniel Dubois taking on Anthony Joshua form Dubois’s title.

Thirty-two-year-old southpaw Denny comes into this title fight with a record of nineteen wins and two draws out of Twenty-four contests with Denny being on a eight fight unbeaten streak. His opponent Sheeraz (25) from Essex has won all of his twenty contests as a professional beating Austin ‘Amo’ Williams in the Matchroom v Queensberry  5v5 show stopping Williams in the eleventh round.  Denny is no stranger to taking and beating unbeaten fighters after taking six ‘0’s’ with five of them coming in his last eight fights. This is a very exciting contest on a massive card which if Denny wins will propel the Black Country Promotions fighter into world title contention.


Dexter’s Thoughts

Massive respect to Tyler Denny for taking this fight so quickly after his last contest. He has proven over the last few years how well he has improved and keeps on improving as he continues to be the new ‘0 taker’ beating five unbeaten fighters in his last eight fights. As always this will be classed as a big ask for Denny who will go into the fight as the underdog but after following him from the time he beat unbeaten Tom Stokes for the Middleweight area title back in September of 2017 there is no way you can rule him out. I can see Denny up setting the odds in this fight again and if he gets the victory he will be a sure thing to be fighting for world honours. I look forward to seeing this fight and this great card and I have every confidence that Denny can retain his title,


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