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Heavyweight Bryant Jennings is taking a step-back in opposition with his next opponent



American Heavyweight, Bryant Jennings is scheduled to fight on the Tomasz Adamek/Travis Walker under-card against Chris Koval, who has lost six of his last seven fights, with five by knock-out. I think this is a terrible fight for Jennings, who earlier this year beat former Heavyweight World Champion, Siarhei Liakhovich.

I haven't got the exact quote, but a few weeks ago, Jennings was asked about a potential fight between him and fellow Heavyweight contender, Magomed Abdusalamov, Jennings replied by saying he is about that level. Fair enough, he did recently stop a former World Champion, but how is Chris Koval above the level of Magomed Abdusalamov?

I'm picking Jennings to win this fight big, if he doesn't get the stoppage then he shouldn't be satisfied with his performance, no disrespect to Koval, but he's a journeyman on a bad losing streak. I don't know why Jennings's management team made this fight, what will Jennings learn from out-classing a journeyman-level opponent?

A lot of you weren't happy with Tyson Fury's recent opponent in Vinny Maddalone, but at least Maddalone was on a winning streak, in-fact, Maddalone was the man who gave Koval his last loss.

What do you think of this fight? Who should Bryant Jennings be fighting next?