Swedish heavyweight boxer Otto Wallin will be back in the ring on Friday January 27, as he will face Helaman Olguin in a eight-round boxing match
The former heavyweight title challenger recently announced that he will fight on a boxing card that takes place at the Castleton in Windham, New Hampshire.
“I’m excited to announce I will be back in the ring on January 27th in Windham, New Hampshire. I’ve been working hard in the gym and I’m ready to go out and show everyone why I’m deserving of all the big fights,” Wallin wrote in an Instagram post.
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Otto Wallin has a pro record of 24-1
Otto Wallin has a professional record of 24-1, with 14 wins coming by way of knockout.
The Swede suffered his only pro defeat against heavyweight champion Tyson Fury back in 2019, a dramatic points loss after he inflicted nasty cuts over the right eye of the British boxing star.
“Out all the great fighters that Tyson Fury beat the one fighter that gave him most trouble, caused most controversy with the cut, who landed more punches than Wladimir Klitschko and Deontay Wilder in their first fights combined is Otto Wallin,” Wallin’s promoter Dmitriy Salita told Sky Sports last year.
Olguin has a record of 9-4-1, with four wins coming by way of knockout.
Wallin’s boxing fight will be streamed as a pay-per-view on www.CombatSportsNow.com.