Legacy Management will host a card from the prestigious Atlantis, The Palm Dubai, next Friday. This will be the first part of the Legacy Boxing Series from the international management company, which will present many fighters from their own stable.
At the helm of the show is former WBA world champion Austin Trout (33-5-1). The American southpaw is looking for a chance to become a two-time world champion, but Mexican Alejandro Davila (22-2-2) will try to thwart Trout’s plans as the two battle it out over ten rounds.
Anthony Sims Jr. (20-1) will try to get back to winning ways after his first career loss to Roamer Alexis Angulo (25-1) last year. The magician will fight for the WBA Inter-Continental super middleweight title with Hernan David Perez (8-3).
Cuban cruiserweight Mike Perez (24-3-1) celebrates his long-awaited comeback against Tony Salam (14-2) for the WBA Inter-Continental cruiserweight title. Perez has made it no secret that he is desperate to claim another world title after losing to cruiserweight king Mairis Briedis for the WBC title in 2017.
Perez said: “I would like to have another chance to fight Mairis Briedis. I would like to go to his city to fight him again. I had a bit of time outside the ring, but Legacy kept me in shape. I think I can become world champion, I need some activity and victories and I will do it! ”
Someone has to go 0 when the talented Bekman Soylybayev (12-0) from Kazakhstan puts his unbeaten record on the line and is ready to take on the Mexican knockout artist Ramiro Cesena (13-0, 11 KOs).
The Argentinian Fernando Daniel Martinez (12: 0) meets Gonzalo Garcia Duran (18-21-2) over eight rounds in the super flyweight division. Martinez wants to continue building towards a world title that is ranked 5th by the WBC. Finally, the German Ramona Graeff makes her professional debut against Karina Kopinska (14-38-4).