WBA featherweight victor, Leigh Wood, is set to deal with opposition Josh Warrington in what guarantees to be an extreme fight at Sheffield Arena in Sheffield, England. The concern stays whether Wood, at 35 years of ages, can stand up to Warrington’s aggressive design without falling apart. Wood has actually revealed vulnerabilities in previous battles, such as being harmed by Michael Conlan and knocked out by Mauricio Lara. This will be Wood’s last fight at 126 pounds as he prepares to go up to 130 pounds to challenge IBF very featherweight champ Joe Cordina. Even if Wood emerges triumphant, his intent is to pursue a greater payday against Cordina at a greater weight class. Staying in the featherweight department would indicate facing his WBA compulsory challenger Otabek Kholmatov, who has punching power comparable to Mauricio Lara. Promoter Eddie Hearn has actually currently lined up Raymond Ford as Kholmatov’s next challenger if Wood abandons the title. Should Warrington protect a win, he has the youth and design to handle Kholmatov in a gritty contest. Hearn prepares for a thrilling face-off on Saturday, acknowledging that it is tough to anticipate the result with self-confidence. The essential aspect depends on whether Wood’s delicate chin has actually enhanced or if he will catch Warrington’s high punch output. Hearn anticipates a hectic fight that likely will not exceed 7 or 8 rounds, as both fighters have the capability to harm each other. With a stacked undercard, Hearn thinks this bout will be a British timeless that boxing fans will not wish to miss out on. Both Wood and Warrington have actually had standout minutes in their professions, however Warrington’s durability in the sport offers him the edge.