Via Vince Dwriter: A clash of undefeated heavyweights will take place on Friday, December 2, when rising star Brandon “Bulletproof” Glanton (17-0, 14 KOs) will step into the ring to face off with David Light (19-0, 12 KOs) at ProBox Event Center in Plant City, Florida
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Both fighters have been successful in the ring and have consistently risen in the rankings, with David Light ranked 6th by the WBO and Brandon Glanton ranked 7th. When Glanton and Light met inside the squared circle, both will risk their unbeaten record and the chance to face future WBO champion Lawrence Okolie.
This upcoming match is a high-stakes match as the winner will continue to chase the WBO cruiser class title, and the loser will have to take a step back and regroup. Glanton has repeatedly admitted that WBO champion Lawrence Okolie is on his radar, but before he can focus on the WBO belt man, he must turn his attention to his upcoming player.
A native of Atlanta, Georgia, cruiser class contender Brandon Glanton has found a boxing home on the ProBox TV streaming platform. Glanton made several appearances on ProBox and as a result, his notoriety began to spread.
Glanton is a tough fighter who feels most comfortable when he’s standing in his pocket, dealing with his opponent. The 30-year-old is very good at placing his punches, and he also does a great job of turning around when he hits the shot.
Back in July 2022, Glanton had an action-packed matchup against DeShon Webster. The fight was mostly at close range as Glanton brought Webster to his knees under pressure. He performed a three-punch combo to knock Webster down in the fourth round, and he forced the referee to halt the contest the next round by knocking Webster down twice more.
Eight weeks later, Glanton returned to the ring to fight Mario Aguilar. Glanton started the match using a rare stab, but he quickly switched to a more casual fighting style in his phone booth. Aguilar put on an incredible strike in the first half as he absorbed some of the opposition’s bouncing shots.
In the second half, Glanton pinned Aguilar into the corner and fired a series of shots to the head. The referee stepped in to try to stop the game, but as he was about to stop play, the referee was hit by a left hook by Aguilar.
When the referee allowed the game to continue, Mario Aguilar began to shoot long shots to keep Glanton away from him. Aguilar was able to survive the headers, but a left hook on Glanton’s body was the one that brought Aguilar to his knees. Aguilar tried to get up but couldn’t get past the umpire’s ten points.
Now, after seventeen professional fights, Brandon Glanton is well on his way to success, and he’s positioned himself as one win away from winning the cruiser WBO belt. On fight night, David Light plans a detour in his opponent’s boxing journey and clears the way for his own title chance using jab, distance control, and boxing from the outside. .
The winner of this match does not guarantee a place in the WBO class of cruiser class champions, but victory on Friday, December 2 will elevate the winner’s position in regards to becoming the winner. worthy contenders for the chance to win.
The December 2 match between New Zealand native Brandon Glanton and David Light will be broadcast on the subscription-based ProBox TV app, currently available for $1.99 per month or $18.00 for a year.