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Ryan Rhodes to fight Sergey Rabchenko on June 16th

Hatton promotions did a good job of getting their fighters world title shots last year, and Ryan Rhodes was one of those offered the chance. The thirty-five year old fought wonderkid Saul Alvarez for the WBC title, losing by a TKO in round twelve. Rhodes didn't excel in their fight but he at least lasted to the final round and boosted his boxing profile in the process.

He's set to carry on capitalising on that when he fights Sergey Rabchenko in June. Rabchenko, 26, is unbeaten after twenty fights and sits well outside of the light middleweight top twenty. His best win is a unanimous decision win last year over Bradley Pryce, though since then his level of opponent has dropped. Since he beat Pryce last May, Rabchenko fought Kevin McCauley (9-26-3) two months later and then Volodymyr Borovskyy (20-44-2) four months after that.

Rhodes is a level above Rabchenko, but with a European title on the line, as well as Rabchenko's perfect record, this should be a good fight. Of course, the real reason for the bout is that Rabchenko recently signed with Hatton Promotions, and the rising promoter wants to drum up publicity for two of its fighters.

Ryan Rhodes vs Sergey Rabchenko will likely be on the Scott Quigg - Randall Munroe undercard.