Boxing Evolution

A race against time in the United States to find a new opponent Guido Vianello, the greatest Italian boxer. The 1994 Romanian class was supposed to pull the gloves off against Dante Stone, at a meeting scheduled for Saturday, June 19 at the Virgin Hotel Arena in Las Vegas. Instead, there was a real shift with the American boxer not attending for Covid weight and control, then retiring. An amazing condition to say the least.

What happened to Dante Stone? That’s what the organizers of the long-awaited boxing match between the American and Guido “wrestler” Vianello have asked on several occasions, who were speechless after the first’s absence on the occasion of weight checks and rituals related to Covid. . The 26-year-old, who has racked up 5 wins and 1 knockout loss in his career, actually retired without giving reasons. A situation that creates many problems for insiders and event directors, and is literally outraged in light of a scheduled match at the Virgin Hotel Arena in Las Vegas, with live television broadcasting across the US

And now Top Rank, or one of the most famous agencies in the USA, has been blown away by Stone’s choice. That is why the managers are trying to do everything possible to quickly find an opponent who can get into the ring against Guido Vianello. However, it is difficult to think of a solution in less than 24 hours, with the serious risk of not playing the match.

Stone is the Italian’s third opponent to lose in a few weeks, and he’s the only one to have done so in such a surprising fashion. What’s still scheduled for tomorrow will be the ninth PRO match for Guido “The Gladiator” Vianello, who will be back after 8 months of vacation. Blue was the first to return to the ring after the first shutdown, winning by knockout against American Don Haynesworth at MGM in Las Vegas. For the match against Stone, Vianello, who has so far picked up 7 wins, 1 draw and 1 knockout, was also ready to take advantage of the exceptional soundtrack, Manisken’s “Shut Up and Good” that would have accompanied him at the time of my arrival in the ring.

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