Previous 140-pound challenger Anthony Yigit is training in Miami to return at 135 extra pounds. After his loss to Ivan Baranchyk in 2018, the Swede has actually racked up 3 success.
“I’ve been training, but the pandemic prevented me from fighting in 2020. Now, here in Florida I’m train at the 5th St. Gym in Miami waiting for news from my manager for my next fight,” Yigit claimed.
Yigit competed tough for 10 rounds with various colleagues last Saturday.
He thinks the lightweight limit will certainly supply him with a far better chance to catch a globe title.
“This is part of my preparation to return as soon as I get a fight that puts me on the path to a world title,” Yigit claimed.
” I have actually been combating at 140 extra pounds, yet I assume I’ll return at 135. As a junior welter I was offering my challengers some benefits, I assume we can do 135 as well as show up in optimum physical problem.
“I have yet to talk with my team, and if the conditions are the best I will continue at 135. I’m just waiting for news from my manager and my coaches and I will be ready to return.”
Yigit revealed a great deal of heart in his battle versus Baranchyk, yet he was a yet undersized in the competition as Baranchyk appeared to have a huge dimension benefit. The competition as quit as a result of Yigit suffering extreme swelling on his eye.
“Well, I remember that I was a little upset when the doctor stopped that fight with Baranchyk in 2018. and then when I saw the photos of my face – I understood why they stopped that fight … It was impressive, but I’m fine and I learned a lot from that fight,” Yigit claimed.
On the other hand, the young Swede follows his regimens under the directions of Chiro Perez at the fifth St. Health Club in Miami.