Jared Anderson Vs. Oleksandr Teslenko Added to Crawford-Porter Card on November 20

Jared “Big Baby” Anderson is set for a quick return to the ring after demolishing the Russian, Vladimir Tereshkin this past week on the Tyson Fury-Deontay Wilder III card.

The young prodigy wasted no time in establishing his dominance in the center of the ring and knocked out his opponent quite early in the bout. In the process, Anderson received little to no damage.

His next opponent, Oleksandr Teslenko also knows a thing or two about this art and has racked up significant wins under promoter Lou DiBella. The Ukrainian’s zero in the loss column was erased by Shawndell Terell Winters in 2019 where the former suffered a knockout loss in round 5 of the bout.

Teslenko didn’t fight in 2020 due to health issues, and with Covid-19 not helping his cause.

He finally returned to the ring this past June, where he scored an emphatic knockout victory over the Argentinian Cesar David Crenz.

He will be looking to follow the path of his fellow Ukrainian, Oleksandr Usyk who became the unified WBA, IBF, WBO, and IBO heavyweight Champion after defeating Anthony Joshua last month.

Teslenko could prove to be the sternest test of Anderson’s career so far.

But ‘Big Baby” will have a size and power advantage by his side. With a win over the Ukrainian, Anderson can further cement his position in the division and prove that the hype train is for real.

Anderson has won all his fights by the way of knockouts in his short career so far, maintaining a perfect record of 10 wins and no losses.

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