Lerrone Richards Signs With Wasserman Boxing, Returns Nov 10 In Brighton Live On Channel 5

Lerrone Richards Signs With Wasserman Boxing, Returns Nov 10 In Brighton Live On Channel 5

  • Lerrone Richards Has Signed A Promotional Deal With The Sauerland Brothers’ Wasserman Boxing
  • The Super Middleweight Will Make His Ring Return On November 10 In Brighton Live On Channel 5
  • Richards Has Previously Won IBO, European And British Titles And Now Aims For A Full World Title

Wasserman Boxing has today announced the long-term promotional signing of unbeaten super middleweight star Lerrone Richards

A former British, Commonwealth, European and IBO champion, Richards has joined forces with global promoter Wasserman Boxing to take his career to the next level. 

The 31-year-old is the sleeping giant in the 168lbs division and will kick-start his pursuit of the leading contenders by boxing in Brightonnext Friday night, on Channel 5, as part of the huge homecoming night for Harlem Eubank. 

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Britain’s Mickey Ellison (14-5, 5 KOs) will hope to upset Richards on his Wasserman debut over 8 rounds.

‘Sniper The Boss is laser-focused on securing a spot as a mandatory challenger for one of the super middleweight world titles and says working with revered coach Grant Smith in Sheffield will see him add “more spice” to his performances. 

Before signing with Wasserman, he was apart of Eddie Hearn’s Matchroom Boxing. He has now left both Matchroom and Dave Coldwell.

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Lerrone Richards and Kalle Sauerland On Wasserman Move

Lerrone Richards said: “Both Kalle and Nisse Sauerland have a lot of experience at the highest level, and they are going to guide my career towards world titles. 

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“I’ve won the British, Commonwealth, European and IBO titles, so I’ve made all of the right steps, and now is the time to push on, and get into a mandatory challenger position.” 

“Channel 5 is my platform now and this is my chance to show my skills and bring big fights to a huge audience on free-to-air TV.”

Kalle Sauerland, Wasserman Boxing, said: “Don’t sleep on Lerrone Richards because this is a man on a mission to win the world super middleweight title. 

“Lerrone is slick, skillful and a proven champion with a resume that instantly marks him out as one of the leading contenders in the world. 

Edited By Darshan Desai