Russian boxer Mikhail Aloyan will fight for the title of world title challenger against Colombian Pablo Carrillo on October 15 in Kemerovo. This was reported to TASS in the athlete’s team.
“The next fight of Mikhail is planned for October 15 in Kemerovo. The fight will be contender, the rival will be Carrillo,” the agency’s source said.
Aloyan is 31 years old and holds the WBA Gold Boxing World Champion title. In total, the athlete has five victories (not a single by knockout) and one defeat in professional boxing. The Russian is the bronze medalist of the 2012 Olympic Games in London. He also had the silver medal of the 2016 Games in Rio de Janeiro, which the boxer was deprived of after breaking the anti-doping rules.
Carrillo has 25 wins (16 by KO), seven losses, and one draw.