Jared Anderson Eyes Perfect Finish To 2021
Heavyweight boxer Jared Anderson will fight for the fourth time this year on December 11 in his Madison Square Garden debut.
The “Big Baby” will take on Oleksandr Teslenko in a 10-round bout in the co-feature to Vasiliy Lomachenko’s lightweight bout with Richard Commey.
The 22-year-old American prospect will embark for the east coast for the first time since his third professional fight in New York back in January 2020.
Anderson has bagged three straight stoppage wins in 2021.
He is coming off a second-TKO win against Vladimir Tereshkin, who was undefeated before meeting the Big Baby on the undercard of Fury-Wilder III.
Emotionally, preparation for this match-up has been tough for Anderson after he lost his close friend Dominique “Neko” Davis’ in November.
After wrapping up the training camp in Las Vegas, Anderson and his team headed to New York on Sunday. None of his fights have gone the distance so far, courtesy of his vicious haymakers that save him and his opponents a lot of time.
The youngster has been touted as the upcoming juggernaut of the heavyweight division.
WBC Heavyweight Champion Tyson Fury is among one the people who see him as the future world champion. Currently, Anderson is working on picking his shots instead of rushing in and striking with better accuracy.