China’s Xu Can celebrates after defending his title against Japan’s Shun Kubo in his home city of Fuzhou in May, 2019. Photo: Xinhua China’s Xu Can celebrates after defending his title against Japan’s Shun Kubo in his home city of Fuzhou in May, 2019. Photo: Xinhua
China’s Xu Can celebrates after defending his title against Japan’s Shun Kubo in his home city of Fuzhou in May, 2019. Photo: Xinhua

Featherweight/lightweight boxing

Chinese world champion Xu ‘Monster’ Can keen to end ‘boredom’ as unification bout with unbeaten Josh Warrington looms

  • The mainland’s third world champion says he has seen fellow fighters quit because of lack of opportunities over past year because of Covid-19 pandemic
  • The 26-year-old from Fuzhou is new poster boy for Chinese boxing after Zou Shiming, having held WBC featherweight title since January, 2019

Topic |   Featherweight/lightweight boxing
China’s Xu Can celebrates after defending his title against Japan’s Shun Kubo in his home city of Fuzhou in May, 2019. Photo: Xinhua China’s Xu Can celebrates after defending his title against Japan’s Shun Kubo in his home city of Fuzhou in May, 2019. Photo: Xinhua
China’s Xu Can celebrates after defending his title against Japan’s Shun Kubo in his home city of Fuzhou in May, 2019. Photo: Xinhua
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