Wasserman Boxing welcomes the undefeated super middleweight phenomenon, Lerrone Richards, into its fold with a long-term promotional contract inked and ready to elevate his career.
With a trophy case already boasting titles such as British, Commonwealth, European, and IBO, Richards is charging into the super middleweight scene with an eye on the world title contenders. His campaign revs up in Brighton next Friday night, live on Channel 5, joining Harlem Eubank in what’s touted as an explosive homecoming.
Richards, who strides under the moniker ‘Sniper The Boss,’ has his sights trained on securing his position as the mandatory challenger for the super middleweight world titles. He trusts that his collaboration with the esteemed coach Grant Smith in Sheffield will inject even more dynamism into his already electric ring presence.
“I’m teaming up with the Sauerland brothers, Kalle and Nisse, seasoned pros in the boxing arena, to chart a path towards world title triumphs,” Richards declares. “Having clinched British, Commonwealth, European, and IBO titles, I’ve climbed the ladder correctly. Now, it’s time to surge forward to that mandatory challenger slot.”
Wasserman’s Global Head of Boxing, Kalle Sauerland, urges the world not to underestimate Richards, describing him as a man on a relentless quest for the super middleweight crown. “Richards is a master of his craft, a seasoned champ whose track record screams ‘elite contender.’ We at Wasserman Boxing are ecstatic to steer his journey from here on out and to chase down that world title bout for one of the UK’s most stellar pugilists.”
Boasting an amateur record with 91 fights and having donned the colors of Great Britain, England, and Ghana, Richards is all revved up for his return to the limelight, showcasing his talent nationwide on Channel 5.
Richards promises, “The Sniper is primed for a comeback, and you’ll witness an extra dose of flair in my approach.”
Richards is not just stepping back into the ring; he’s poised to redefine it, bringing an exhilarating blend of skill and spectacle to the fans, ready to stake his claim as the super middleweight division’s next big thing.