Johnny Fisher gets straight back to action next month

“The Romford Bull” Johnny Fisher only exerted 36 seconds of energy last weekend, July 6, when he blasted Alen Babic away in the first round of their headlining fight at the Copper Box Arena in London.

Because of the early finish, the 25-year-old Fisher is raring to go again as soon as possible and has now announced his next fight date in just seven weeks time on August 24 in Manchester.

He announced on social media: “Last one in Britain this year, Manchester ‘bosh soldiers’ get ready for another scrap August 24”.

Fisher will fight an opponent yet to be confirmed on the undercard of Jack Catterall vs Regis Prograis at the Co-Op Live Arena, live on DAZN.

Fisher and his boxing hero growing up, Dave Allen, have loosely agreed to fight next year after the Romford resident has fought in August, then in Australia.

Trained by Mark Tibbs, Fisher has reached 12-0 with 11 KOs in a little over three years as a pro and has scooped up the Southern Area heavyweight title as well as Boxing Writers’ Club Best Young Boxer of the Year Award 2023.

The likeable heavyweight is known for his catchphrase “Bosh” and for his army of fans, that will no doubt be travelling to Manchester for his 13th fight and last one in the country this year before he travels down under. But fight fans can look forward to a potential showdown with Dave Allen in 2025, which will see “The Romford Bull” go head on with “The White Rhino”.

Also on the Matchroom Boxing bill is top prospect Joe McGrail; Campbell Hatton; Rhiannon Dixon; William Crolla; Stephen Clarke.


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