Selby To Move To Super Featherweight

Following his loss to Josh Warrington this past weekend, Lee Selby’s three year reign as featherweight champion came to an end, and now a new beginning for the Welshman.

Following the loss in Leeds on Saturday, Selby took to his Twitter account, and discussed what’s next for him as a fighter, and its a move up to 130 pounds.

Selby, who won his IBF featherweight title in 2015, could slide into contention for the vacant IBF super featherweight title, which should be decided between a Tevin Farmer and Billy Dib fight set for this Summer.

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