Fight Tonight – Jamel Herring vs. Shakur Stevenson – WBO super featherweight title - Dilta Sport

Fight Tonight – Jamel Herring vs. Shakur Stevenson – WBO super featherweight title


Evnet : Jamel Herring vs. Shakur Stevenson
Date: Saturday, October 23
Time: 10:30 pm EST
Location: State Farm Arena in Atlanta, Georgia

Jamel Herring has successfully defended his junior lightweight championship three times, and he is coming off a career-best victory against Carl Frampton. He’s widely regarded as one of the top 130-pounders in the world, according to boxing experts. Herring, on the other hand, will be a huge underdog when he fights Shakur Stevenson for Herring’s championship on Saturday night. And it’s easy to see why.

Stevenson, who has already won a world championship at 126 pounds, is one of the greatest younger fighters in the game, and as a consequence, even though he does not have the belt, the 24-year-old must be regarded the A-side.Here’s everything you need to know about Shakur Stevenson vs. Jamel Herring, including the odds, their records .

Jamel Herring record and bio

Nationality: American

Born: October 30, 1985

Height: 5’10”

Reach: 72″

Total Fights: 25

Record: 23-2-0 with 11 knockouts

Shakur Stevenson record and bio

Nationality: American

Born: June 28, 1997

Height: 5’7″

Reach: 68″

Total Fights: 16

Record: 16-0 with 8 knockouts

Jamel Herring vs. Shakur Stevenson fight card

  • Jamel Herring vs. Shakur Stevenson – for Herring’s WBO super featherweight title
  • Xander Zayas vs. Dan Karpency – Junior middleweight
  • Nico Ali Walsh vs. James Westley – Middleweight
  • Evan Holyfield vs. Charles Stanford –  Junior middleweight
  • Roddricus Livsey vs. Eric Palmer – Junior welterweight
  • Haven Brady Jr vs. Roberto Negrete – eatherweight
  • Antoine Cobb vs. Jerrion Campbell – Junior welterweight
  • Harley Mederos vs. Deljerro Revello – Lightweight
  • Troy Isley vs. Nicholi Navarro –  Middleweight

Shakur Stevenson vs. Jamel Herring prediction

There’s no way Herring should be such a massive underdog. I believe he will cause issues for Stevenson, and despite the fact that Stevenson is more talented and will most likely win, he will sneak by with a narrow unanimous decision. Somewhere between 116 and 112 degrees Fahrenheit.