Richard Ryakborh vs. Olanriwago Dorodola to head up BOXXER in London this weekend.
Riakporhe “The Midnight Train” will face Dorodola “The Power of God” to win the vacant WBC Silver Cruiserweight title at Wembley Arena.
Richard Ryakborough will face Olanrewago Dorodola in London this weekend
The bottom card will also feature Hosea Burton against Dan Aziz and the professional debut of superstar GBB boxing star Caroline DuBois.
TalkSPORT will provide you with live coverage of all the happenings in the capital.
Riakporhe vs Durodola: Live Commentary
The 12-round cruiserweight match will take place at Wembley Arena on Saturday 20 November.
TalkSPORT’s Fight Night Live is coming out of London this weekend as we bring you all the excitement of BOXXER.
We’ll go live at 9pm and Andy Clark and Spencer Oliver will be responsible for commentators.
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Richard Riakporhe vs Olanrewaju Durodola – for the vacant silver cruiserweight title Husa Burton vs. Dan Aziz – for the vacant BBBofC heavyweight title Caroline Dubois against TBAMikael Lawal and Steven Ward Florian Marku vs Jorick Luisetto Nick Campbell vs. Danny Whitaker Hassendam is great against TBA
Caroline Dubois makes her professional debut this weekend between Riakporhe and Durodola: What was said?
Richard Ryakborough: “If I get fired, I have the hitting power to do it. Every opponent I’ve fought with in my career has done harm and you know what to expect of me.
“Now it’s time to shine, it’s the perfect time for me after I had a fight earlier this month and my former opponent was long lasting, especially when I dropped him and he got up and came back for me.
“So I think the next fight is a big fight for me.
“My ambition when I came to this sport was to become a world champion.
“I have fought twelve battles and faced all odds, but I have overcome them many times.
“It was a testament to how far I have come and my potential, and to be honest I didn’t know what I was doing before, but now I have a serious understanding of the sport.
“I’ve been working on my strengths and weaknesses, so if I can fight two top ten cruisers in a row with this little experience, where can I be in the next two battles? So I think I definitely belong in the world.”
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