Christian Mbilli Runs Over DeAndre Ware! Top Contender Next?

Christian Mbilli Makes Easy Work Of DeAndre Ware

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Christian Mbilli celebrates KO win over DeAndre Ware.

Christian Mbilli Destroys Ware And Should Look To Face A Top Contender

In the super middleweight division, top contender Christian “Solide” Mbilli (21-0, 19KO) put his WBC number three ranking and undefeated record on the line against DeAndre “Axeman” Ware (15-3-2, 9KO).

The Axeman is not known amongst many boxing fans, and at 34 years old, the window of opportunity is closing. Ware was capable of scoring an upset as he became the first to defeat then fringe contender Ronald Ellis in 2019. Despite being an unknown, many believed he would provide a good test for Mbilli.

Mbilli will be looking to continue his climb towards a title shot. He has a good amateur pedigree making it to the 2016 European Olympic semi-final and had an appearance in the World Series of Boxing tournament. Solide felt confident going into the fight, having fought ten times in Canada and winning them all by stoppage.


Fighting for the first time on ESPN, Mbilli made the most of the situation with a dominating performance from the sound of the bell. Solide got up in the chest of his opponent, landing hard double hooks to the body before landing a left hook that dropped the Axeman to the canvas.

Ware would get back up and show some heart as he barely survived the round. However, the end came in the second as Mbilli poured on the power shots. He continued to attack the body and landed a brutal overhand right that sent Ware to the canvas again. Despite getting up, Ware was crumbled by another chopping right hand that ended the fight.


Mbilli’s knockout streak remains intact when fighting in his adopted country of Canada. With undisputed champion Saul “Canelo” Alvarez tied up in a trilogy against unified middleweight champion Gennady Golovkin, Mbilli has some options.

He could look to fight Jesse Hart, Lerrone Richards, and former middleweight champion Daniel Jacobs. Furthermore, the WBC could order him to fight the number one ranked WBC silver titlist Pavel Silyagin in a title eliminator.

By: Garrisson Bland

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Garrisson Bland - Head of Public Relations/Senior Journalist. Garrisson is the Head of Public relations for as well as a senior writer. He is also the host of YouTube boxing show "Truth And Facts Sports Talk."