The WBC and WBO super-bantamweight titles will be fought on June 4. Stephen Fulton Jr. defends his championships against Daniel Roman, the previous champion. The battle will take place in the Minneapolis Armory in Minnesota.
In 2014, Fulton made his professional debut. He won the IBO super-bantamweight title in 2019 by defeating Paulus Ambunda. For his next fight, he increased his weight and relinquished the belt. Fulton defeated Angelo Leo for the WBO super-bantamweight title in January 2021. Fulton won the WBC title in November of that year, defeating Brandon Figueroa.
In 2010, Roman debuted as a professional wrestler. Roman was on a 19-fight win streak after a loss to Juan Reyes in 2013. He won the WBA-NABA, WBA, and IBF super-bantamweight championships during that time. Murodjon Akhmadaliev defeated him in the 2020 elections. He’s won both of his subsequent fights since then. In May 2021, Ricardo Espinoza Franco was the subject of a unanimous decision.
On Saturday, June 4, Fulton vs. Roman will take place. At 9 p.m. ET, the main event will begin. Depending on how long the undercard fights take, Fulton and Roman should get in the ring about 11 p.m. ET.
Showtime will air Fulton vs. Roman. Showtime may be viewed on Amazon Fire TV, Android TV, Apple TV, Roku, Xbox One, laptops, and other mobile and tablet devices.
For the WBO and WBC super-bantamweight belts, Stephen Fulton Jr. (c) will face Daniel Roman.
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