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[Fight Live]# Patel vs Lasisi Full Fight Live

[Fight Live]# Patel vs Lasisi Full Fight Live

Hayo 603818
Hayo 603818
December 21st, 2023

Prediction and Picks for Prince Patel vs Aliu Bamidele Lasisi Boxing 19 December 2023. MATCH PREVIEW Prince Patel vs Aliu Bamidele Lasisi prediction, prepared by our editorial staff for boxing fans. The 10-round fight for the vacant IBO bantamweight title will take place on December 20 at Accra Sports Stadium in Ghana. Let's assess the shape the contenders are in for the upcoming fight and pick the best bet.

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PRINCE PATEL REVIEW When making a prediction on Prince Patel, let's take note of the fact that the Englishman has been competing professionally for over eight years. That said, he has suffered just one defeat - to Michel Banquez in 2019 - and two of his fights have ended in draws. At the moment, however, Prince is on a five-fight win streak, having finished all of his fights early. He held the IBF Inter-Continental, WBO Global, WBA Inter-Continental and a number of other super flyweight titles, but decided to move up a category. The last person Patel defeated was Ramadani Kumbele. ALIU BAMIDELE LASISI REVIEW Of the prediction for Aliu Bamidele Lasisi, let's just say that the Nigerian also started competing in the professional ring in 2015. After a string of wins over passable opponents, he stepped up to fight for the WBC International title and won it by defeating Mchanyu Yohanu. "Lucky Boy" was able to defend the belt and after a few fights decided to move up to bantamweight. Msabaha Saloom was called up to welcome him, but the Tanzanian representative was unable to inflict the first defeat of his career on Lasisi. The Nigerian won a solid victory, which was his 17th pro fight. PRINCE PATEL ALIU BAMIDELE LASISI PREDICTION Now let's summarize the prediction for Prince Patel - Aliu Bamidele Lasisi and decide on a bet. In our opinion, significantly more chances for the Englishman to win. The Nigerian is older than him, but is far inferior to Patel in experience. And, unlike the Briton, he has hardly ever faced high-level opponents.

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