Conor Benn wants Broner or Granados on July 24th or 31st.

Conor Benn says the next fight will take place on July 24th or July 31st, and he is interested in facing Adrien Broner or Adrian Granados in an “intensified” fight. The undefeated Benn (18-0, 12 KOs) is ready to come to the States to fight these two, and he doesn’t care.

Conor Benn wants Broner or Granados on July 24th or 31st.

Benn, 24, emerges from Samuel Vargas’ TKO in the first round on April 10, which should have been a step forward.

Vargas, who has a lot of experience, was surprised by a flurry of punches from Benn, which resulted in British referee Michael Alexander quickly stopping the fight, perhaps too quickly.

When targeting a 13-year-old professional Granados (21-8-3, 15 KOs), this may not count as a step up in class or Benné.

There was a time when Granados was a great contender at 147, but his career has fallen apart recently and he has lost two of his last four fights in 2018. Granados will draw in eight rounds with Jose Luis Sanchez.

July 24, July 31, whatever day it is, anyone can get it, I don’t really worry,” Conor Benn told iFL about his next fight date.

Conor Benn says the next fight will take place on July 24th or July 31st, and he is interested in facing Adrien Broner or Adrian Granados in an “intensified” fight. The undefeated Benn (18-0, 12 KOs) is ready to come to the States to fight these two, and he doesn't care.

I really want to take a step forward this time, whether in the states, here, or elsewhere,” Benn continued. – I am ready for any man, whoever he is. Now I see some Yankees say my name.

I’ll gladly go there and beat them in the back garden. I’m going to fight Adrian Granados in his hometown. I’m going to fight Broner in Vegas, ”Benn said.

Broner, 31, did not respond recently when Benn called him last month. I can’t imagine Broner suddenly taking an interest in meeting Benn now.

Tyson Fury posted a photo of him and Broner drinking at a bar in Miami, Florida. You have to wonder if Broner is still focused on his career at this point.

Former four-division world champion Broner (34-4-1, 24 KOs) looked terrible in his last fight against Hovani Santiago last February.

Broner was finishing up a two-year layoff and he was performing as badly as ever against a fighter that would stand no chance against top tier 140 and 147 lbs fighters.

Conor Benn says the next fight will take place on July 24th or July 31st, and he is interested in facing Adrien Broner or Adrian Granados in an “intensified” fight. The undefeated Benn (18-0, 12 KOs) is ready to come to the States to fight these two, and he doesn't care.

“I feel strong right now,” Benn said. “I don’t know if Broner is ranked. He competes at 147 and I will welcome him to the division.

Based on his last performance at 147 [against Giovani Santiago], I imagine my chances of getting him out of there,” Benn said.

Instead of Benn fighting Broner or Granados, he should take a real step forward in the class against one of these guys in July:

Kell Brook
Rashidi Ellis
David Avanesyan
Josecito lopez
Abel Ramos
Maurice Hooker
Daniyar Eleusinov
Egidijus Kavaliauskas
These are the guys Benn should be able to beat if he’s going anywhere in the 147 pound division. If Benn can’t beat these guys, he’s wasting his time and won’t go anywhere.


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