Brandon Glanton vs. David Light – History and Boxing Schedule 

The rising cruiserweight star Brandon Glanton is on the way to risk it all, as he planned David Light on December 2 at Plant City, Florida. Brandon Glanton continues to punch in his way steadily, and now hope among his team is the successive win must be anticipating a title shot. 

This upcoming battle is of undefeated World Boxing Organization (WBO) top-ten cruiserweights who are 200lbs. Brandon Glanton and David Light will fight for Light’s WBO International Junior Heavyweight title. For the latest information, the battle will take place at the white sands Events Center in Plant City on Friday and would be streamed live. This battle of undefeatable cruiserweights was pitched to the WBO to sanction the fight as a final eliminator. 

Glanton (17-0 with 14KOs) has become popular and a series favorite, wreaking havoc on his opponents with early knockout wins since joining ProBox earlier this summer. However, Glanton, the thirty years old contender from Atlanta, was always best known for his ten-round, split-decision win over Efotobor Apochi in their fight for the year-level slugfest in Minneapolis. 

The success occurred on Premier Boxing Champions (PBC) on Fox Show while PBC was representing Apochi. After a year between fights for Glanton, who returned to the ring in May and earned three knockouts in four months. This bout with David Light will be his fourth fight of a 2022 campaign, leading to massive things. 

Brandon Glanton, “Bulletproof” from Atlanta, Georgia, is at number 10 according to the WBO ranking. He is coming off three consecutive KO wins, the last a second-round blowout of Mario Aguilar in the September 9 bout in Plant City on ProBox TV. Glanton has done his initial maintenance training, whereas his heavy Training is in Fort Mitchell, Alabama, where he is now. 

Glanton stated, “This guy is my next victim. I have been training hard for him. I take everybody seriously, but I am going to melt this guy. He is a one-two fighter with decent hand speed – not much foot movement or power, but he’s a veteran and knows his way around the ring. He will look to make it a rangy fight, but I am just the opposite. It will be a great fight for the fans if it lasts. I won’t pick what round it will end – it will come down to how I feel. Will knock him out; the tougher he is, the better. I am going to hurt this guy. Then, I will lay him out cold.” 

He added, “ProBox has been nothing short of amazing, and Garry Jonas saw what I bring to the table and is helping push my career to the next level, and I am happy I have some great names commenting behind me. 

“God gave me a gift that I can hurt people. I am not trying to win fights; I want to inflict as much damage as possible.”

David Light, “The Great White” (19-0 with 12 KOs), a 30-year-old from New Zealand, won the international title on May 5, 2022, with a first-round knockout. WBO ranked him at number 6, whereas his most recent bout, held on October 8, was a second-round knockout win. The light was promoted by No Limit Boxing and will travel to the United States for the second time in his entire career, coming within a three-fight span, and both occasions are now taking place in Florida. Light belongs to North Shore, New Zealand, and scored a first-round knockout on May 7 show in Florida. Then he returned to the ring on October 9, stopping Vikas Singh in the second round of a cruiserweight fight in Newcastle, Australia. 

Light said, “Training is going great – It is the hardest I have ever trained in my life, and I am leaving no stone unturned. We have watched Glanton, an excellent strong fighter, the sort of guy people avoid, but we are up for the challenge and believe we have what it takes to win. We are coming to beat him at his own game. First, we are going to put him to sleep. Then, after December 2, everyone will go to know who I am as losing is not an option.”

Conclusion

The battle to rise to contention as both boxers residing outside the top five of the WBO rankings. David Light is number six, while Glanton is at number ten by World Boxing Organization (WBO) rankings. Glanton has an impressive record and is the current WBO Global cruiserweight champion. The current WBO champion is Lawrence Okolie, who was on Glanton’s radar but not mentioned before this fight. 

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