CRUISERWEIGHT SILVER champion Ryan Rozicki (Canada)

Current WBC International Cruiserweight Silver champion Ryan Rozicki (Canada) was supposed to make a voluntary defence last October 19th  in Sydney Nova Scotia (Canada).      The Championship was to be staged by Daniel Otter (Three Lions Promotions).   Before that , Ryan had won a non-title bout on September 7th in Ontario, when he stopped in two rounds dangerous and previously unbeaten Russia’s Khetag Pliev.   The Bruiser (Ryan) improved his record to 11-0 with that second-round knockout.   But, he suffered a cut on his eyebrow.   He took an overhead right from Pliev in the first round and another right in the second that created a large cut over his left eye, but he still battled back in the second round for the victory.     It was an all-out war, as the Russian fighter came to win and not only for a pay-day-   Due to the injury, Ryan’s title defence was to be moved from October 19th to a new date.    The doctor advised Ryan to give that bad cut enough time to properly heal.   This is why Mr. Otter has now decided to reschedule this title defence for February 14 next year.   Ryan will defend his belt at the Centre 200 Sydney, Nova Scotia (Canada), with the name of his challenger to be announced soon.

Ryan R. video cut

The fight for the vacant WBC International 200Lbs Silver belt last May

Sydney, Canada (Nova Scotia) 18 May 2019

Vacant WBC International Cruiserweight Silver title bout

Ryan Rozicki (10-0) W KO 3 Shawn Miller (18-5-1,1ND)

Local boxing hero Ryan Rozicki beat Shawn Miller inside three rounds to win this vacant belt.   The new champion, 24, scored his tenth inside the distance win in his tenth pro bout.   He was a good Amateur for Canada fighting the National Championships at super heavy.   He actually looks a much better fighter at cruiserweight in the pro ranks.

Ryan Rozicki    (Nova Scotia, Canada)

W  KO  3

Shawn Miller   (New York State)

FIGHT:      Sydney, Nova Scotia , Canada

May 18th 2019

by Daniel Otter of Three Lions Promotions





Former WBC International Silver champion in this weight class

Fabio TURCHI,   Italy

Ryad   Mehry,  Ivory Coast-Belgium

Jon-Lewis Dickinson,  England

Stephen  Simmons,  Scotland

Mateusz  Masternak,  Poland

Dmytro  Kucher,  Ukraine

Mirko  Larghetti,  Italy