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Jared Anderson, a rising star at heavyweight, is ready to show the world what he can do as a leading man. The main event of “The Real Big Baby” will be a Top Rank-produced card against Andriy Rudenko on August 26.
The fight, which airs on the night after Oleksandr Usyk vs. Daniel Dubois, airs on ESPN+ in the US and takes place at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Anderson (15-0), a two-time US National Championship gold medalist, signed with Top Rank in 2019. The 23-year-old beat Vladimir Tereshkin in 2021 for the NABF heavyweight t**le, and he beat former IBF heavyweight champion Charles Martin by unanimous decision in July. Anderson wants to improve his art after that fight by competing in a quick change bout.
Rudenko (35-6) is 3-1 in his last four, winning his last bout in January against Bojan Cestic. The Ukrainian has an impressive resume for someone like Anderson, having faced Lucas Browne, Hughie Fury, Alexander Povetkin and Zhilei Zhang.
Outside the main event, several youngsters are looking to shine as the grandson of a legend is ready to continue his potential path to greatness. Here’s a breakdown of the complete Anderson vs. Rudenko.
Jared Anderson vs. Andriy Rudenko undercard
Efe Ajagba against Zhan Kossobutskiy
- Division/Weight: Heavyweight
- Ajagba’s 17-1
- Kossobutskiy’s record: 19–0
- Belts in play: N/A
Efe Ajagba will fight Zhan Kossobutskiy in the co-main event.
A 2014 Commonwealth Games bronze medalist, Ajagba (17-1), turned professional in 2017. The Nigerian suffered his first loss in 2021 against Frank Sanchez but has since bounced back by winning twice. “The Silent Roller” defeated Stephan Shaw unanimously in his last match in January.”
Kossobutskiy (19-0) turned pro in 2017. The Kazakh won all but one of his fights by knockout. His last fight was a KO win against Hussein Muhamed in November.
Bakhodir Jalolov vs. Onoriode Ehwarieme
- Division/Weight: Heavyweight
- Jalolov record 12-0.
- Ehwarieme’s history is 20–2
- Belts in play/A
The first fight on the main card will feature Bakhodir Jalolov taking on Onoriode Ehwarieme.
Jalolov (12-0), the 2020 Olympic gold medalist, has won six gold medals at the amateur level. The Uzbek turned professional in 2018 and won every fight by knockout. His last fight was a win against Curtis Harper in November.
Ehwarieme (20-2) turned pro in 2010, and the Nigerian has 19 knockout wins. After losing to Zhan Kossobutskiy in 2021, he won two in a row, beating Jeff Holcomb via retirement in February 2022.
When is Jared Anderson vs. Andriy Rudenko?
Anderson vs. Rudenko is on August 26. The main card begins at 10:30 pm ET | 7:30 pm. Pacific Time | 3:30 am BST | 12:30 pm AEST. The main event should start around 11:45 pm ET | 8:45 pm. Pacific Time | 4:45 am BST | 1:45 pm AEST, depending on how long the undercard fights last.
RegionDateMain card start times Event ring walks (approx.) United States and Canada (ET) Saturday, August 2610:30 p.m. Eastern Time 11:455 p.m. Easter Time the United States and Canada Sat (PT) Saturday 26 7:300 p.m. Pacific time 8:45 pm 3:30 am on Sunday, August 27, in Pacific Time (UK and Ireland). Pacific time is 4:45 a.m. Pacific Time Australia Sunday, August 2712:30 p.m. AEST1:45 p.m. AEST
To watch the Jared Anderson vs. Andriy Rudenko fight on TV in the USA, tune in to ESPN or ESPN+. TSN+ is available in Canada. In the UK and Ireland, it is Sky Sports. As for Australia, the channel is yet to be confirmed.
In the United States, the fight will be broadcast on ESPN, ESPN Deported/ESPN+, and in the United Kingdom, the event will be posted on Sky Sports.
Jared Anderson vs. Andriy Rudenko price: How much does the card cost?
You can pay $9.99 for a monthly subscription to ESPN+ or buy an annual subscription for $99.99.
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