Heavyweights Efe Ajagba (18-1, 13 KOs) and Joe Goodall (10-1-1, 9 KOs) are set to headline a Top Rank card at the Tahoe Blue Event Center in Nevada, USA. The Nov. 4 event is being promoted in collaboration with DiBella Entertainment and airs exclusively on ESPN+ in the USA. This will be the first boxing event at the venue, which opened in September this year.
“The ‘Silent Roller’ is my nickname, so I’m going to come out as a beast in the fight,” said Ajagba at the final press conference. “I’m silent outside, but in the ring, I’m a different guy.”
“We sparred each other a long time ago. And I lost to him in the Commonwealth Games in 2014. So, that’s the guy I lost to. This fight will be a rematch for me. This fight means a lot to me because of that loss.”
“This is a big clash Saturday night,” said Goodall. “Efe Ajagba is a tough fighter. I believe I’m up there with the top fighters in the world. It’s no secret that with the WBC Silver title on the line, the winner may get a world title shot. Being the winner of this means everything to me.”
“Without giving away too much, his only loss was to Frank Sanchez. I watched that fight. Frank’s movement was pretty good in that fight. I don’t want to say that I’ll copy him, but there are some things in that fight that I can implement. But once again, we’ve sparred before. We know each other well. So, it’s about executing the plan on fight night.”
How to Watch Ajagba-Goodall
Viewers in the USA can catch the action on ESPN+ while those in Canada can do so on TSN+. Sky Sports will broadcast the event in the UK and Ireland. Fox Sports and Kayo Sports are the broadcasters for those wishing to watch in Australia. Here is our recommendation for watching Ajagba-Goodall:
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Full fight card
Efe Ajagba (18-1, 13 KOs) vs. Joe Goodall (10-1-1, 9 KOs), ten rounds, heavyweight
Raymond Muratalla (18-0, 15 KOs) vs. Diego Núnez (18-0, 17 KOs), ten rounds, lightweight
Henry Lebron (18-0, 10 KOs) vs. William Foster III (16-0, 10 KOs, 1 NC), ten rounds, super featherweight
Lindolfo Delgado (18-0, 13 KOs) vs. Luis Ramos (23-3, 20 KOs), eight rounds, super lightweight
Javier Martinez (8-0-1, 2 KOs) vs. Isaiah Wise (11-2-2, 6 KOs), eight rounds, middleweight
Brandon Moore (12-0, 8 KOs, 1 NC) vs. Robert Simms (12-3-1, 3 KOs), eight rounds, heavyweight
Omar Rosario (11-0, 3 KOs) vs. Angel Rebollar (7-3, 3 KOs), eight rounds, lightweight
Antonio Mireles (8-0, 7 KOs) vs. Skylar Lacy (7-0, 5 KOs), six rounds, heavyweight
Gabriel Garcia (9-0, 6 KOs) vs. Joshua Montoya (6-3-2, 0 KOs), six rounds, super featherweight
Charlie Sheehy (7-0, 5 KOs) vs. Jesus Vasquez Jr. (10-1, 2 KOs), six rounds, lightweight
Christian Avalos (0-1-2, 0 KOs) vs. Estevan Partida (1-1-1, 0 KOs), four rounds, lightweight