Fundora On Next Fight: “If Not Charlo Then We Can Fight Spence At 147”

Fundora Mentally Set on Facing a Divisional World Champion Next

Sebastian Fundora eyes welterweight champion Errol Spence
Sebastian Fundora, Errol Spence Jr (corner) | Credit: Getty Images (corner)

Sebastian Fundora Opens Possibility of Facing Errol Spence at Welterweight!

Sebastian “The Towering Inferno” Fundora (19-0-1, 13KOs) isn’t your typical fighter. Standing at 6’6, the lanky, long-armed pressure fighter is a threat to every fighter competing at junior middleweight. However, that’s not the only weight class he says he can compete in! The extremely confident Fundora is coming off the biggest win of his career in a Fight of the Year candidate bout against former world title challenger Erickson Lubin (24-2, 17KOs).

In that bout, he went toe to toe with the hard-hitting Florida native. While he was dropped in the fight, he was simply too much for Lubin. He dropped him and beat him up so badly that Lubin was nearly unrecognizable after the bout!

As the WBC interim 154-pound champion, Fundora wants his shot at being undisputed next. In attendance at the International Boxing Hall of Fame, he fielded questions from the media about what’s next for him.

“The next fight is for all the belts at 154 because Charlo is the undisputed champion at 154. But if not, there are plenty of other options. “


“We were actually talking with Sampson. Maybe we’ll go down to 147 and fight Spence if Crawford doesn’t take that fight. We can do it! We can go down, we can go up to 160, fight the champions at 160. We can do it, so whatever’s the best idea for us. But right now I established myself at 154. I’m the interim champion at 154, the WBC interim champion, and we want the belts there. “

Fundora clearly has the frame to compete in multiple weight classes, but dropping down to welterweight would be really intriguing. A fight with unified champion Errol Spence (28-0, 22KOs) would be a very fun fight. While he may not be the most technically and fundamentally sound fighter, you have to love his willingness to fight anyone and, apparently, at any weight class. At 24 years old, the future looks bright for him as he continues his career.

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By: Jerrell Fletcher

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