Adrian Granados will fight against Conor Benn for the WBA Continental Welterweight title this Saturday. It goes without saying that an exciting fight is coming as Benn has so far a pristine track record of 18-0, while Granados is a veteran with more than 30 fights and 21 wins.
Benn Fights Granados for the WBA Continental Welterweight Title
An exciting boxing fight is coming this week for the WBA Continental Welterweight title. The fight will be played on Saturday between defending champion Conor Benn and title challenger Adrian Granados. It was back in July 2018 when Benn fought against Cedrick Peynaud for the title and won. The 18-0 champion now he must meet Granados, a seasoned veteran with more than thirty fights.
When and Where Is the Fight between Benn and Granados?
Date: Saturday, July 31, 2021
Time: 7:00 pm BST
Place: Match room HQ, Brentwood, Essex, England
Watch: Broadcast on DAZN
Odds to Win Conor Benn vs Adrian Granados
Adrian Granados +800
Conor Benn -1600
* According to DraftKings as of July 28, 2021
Conor Benn Resume
Conor Nigel Benn was born September 28, 1996, in Greenwich, London, England. He has a pristine track record as a boxer with 18 fights won out of 18. Benn has won 12 of those bouts with knockouts. Nicknamed The Destroyer, Benn is 5’8″.
Some of the wins worth noticing are fights against Samuel Vargas, Cedrick Peynaud as well as Sebastian Formella. It’s worth saying that Benn is the son of the professional boxer Nigel Benn nicknamed The Dark Destroyer. Conor’s father held world championships in two divisions back in the 90s.
Adrian Granados Background
Adrian Rene Granados is a professional boxer from Cicero, Illinois, United States. Born on August 14, 1989, Granados, nicknamed Tigre has a total of 33 fights. From that total, he won 21 fights, 15 of which were knockouts, while 6 were won by technical decision. He has 8 losses, 3 draws, and 1 no contest. Granados is 5’9 and has a 74″ reach.
As a professional boxer, he fought against the veteran Trenton Titsworth and won in September 2011. In November 2015, Granados won against Amir Imam after a TKO. The same year he won fights against Christian Steele and Dedrick Bell. Earlier this year, in February, Granados fought Arturo Herrera and won by TKO. Back in May, he fought against Jose Luis Sanchez, but the fight resulted in a draw.
Saturday Night: The Fight Is On
Undoubtedly, an exciting Saturday night fight is ahead. Will Granados’ experience bring him victory? Or will Benn continue his string of victories and defend his Welterweight title? Whatever the case, we will just have to wait and see.