Croatia’s Allen Babich to fight for WBC bridgerweight title in March

Allen Babich (left) (Instagram/Allen Babich)

Explosive Croatian boxer Allen ‘Savage’ Babich will fight for the vacant WBC bridgerweight title in March.

The hard-hitting 32-year-old Croatian confirmed Tuesday he has been ordered by the WBC to fight Lukasz Rozanski for the currently vacant belt on March 18 in Poland.

Babich, who has a 12-0, 11 KO record, will face Rozanski, who has a similar 14-0, 13 KO record in his home country.

Rozansky, who recently turned 37, Throughout his professional career he has only fought in Poland.

Babic, who recently parted ways with coach Leonard Pijettraj, is training in Zagreb. He has built a cult following in the UK known as Savage His Army since turning professional in 2019. He fights under promoter Eddie Hahn.

Babic has emerged as a cult favorite on the British boxing circuit since turning pro in 2019. The all-action boxer has been hovering around the traditional cruiserweight limits, but is focusing on his campaign at bridgerweight.


The fight came when Oscar Rivas gave up the title when he announced his retirement due to a retinal detachment.

“It’s been too long. During a training camp with Tyson Fury.

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Babić and Fury (Photo: Instagram/Alen Babić)

Babich helped Tyson Fury prepare for his trilogy fight against Derek Chisora ​​in December.

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