Alen Babic vs Lukasz Rozanski

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Alen Babic vs Lukasz Rozanski for the vacant WBC World Bridgerweight title The fight between Babic and Rozanski will be the second WBC World Bridgerweight title fight in history.

This weekend, Croatia’s Alen Babic (11-0, 10KO) takes on Poland’s Lucasz Rozanski (14-0, 13KO) for the vacant WBC Bridgerweight Title, and BBN has all the details below so you don’t miss a single second of the action.
This Saturday in Poland, a global title will be on the line. The WBC bridge weight championship, which seeks to bridge the gap between cruiserweight and heavyweight, is up for grabs. Alen Babic of Croatia heads to Poland to compete for the vacant title against Lukasz Rozanski of Poland.

How to watch Alen Babic vs Lukasz Rozanski Live:

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When Alen Babic vs Lukasz Rozanski

  • Date: Saturday, April 22
  • Main card: 7 p.m. BST / 2 p.m. ET
  • Main event ring walks (approx): 11 p.m. BST / 6 p.m. ET   

The main card is set to get underway at 7 p.m. BST / 2 p.m. ET with the main event ring walks scheduled for 11 p.m. BST / 6 p.m. ET. These timings could change due to the length of the undercard fights.

Where Alen Babic vs Lukasz Rozanski:

The fight will take place at the G2A Arena, Jasionka 953, Rzeszow, Poland.

Alen Babic vs Lukasz Rozanski Preview:

Oscar “Kaboom” Rivas of Colombia had to vacate his title as the WBC’s inaugural Bridgerweight world champion at the WBC 2021 Convention in Mexico City.

Oscar won the inaugural WBC Bridgerweight title by unanimous decision over Ryan Rozicki. Oscar was slated to fight Nigerian heavyweight Efe Ajagba in Colombia before his first defense against Lukasz Rozanski. Oscar, on the other hand, had an eye injury during his final sparring session. He’d already had surgery for a detached retina in his right eye in 2011. He’s 35 years old, and after a 13-year professional career, he’s taking a break to recover and reflect.

As a result, Lukasz Rozanski of Poland, who was supposed to be Oscar’s first defense, will now face the formidable Alen Babic of Croatia for the empty title.

Physically, these two are a perfect match. Alen is six feet one and a half inches tall and has a reach of 74 inches. Lukasz stands six feet one inch tall and has a 74″ reach. Furthermore, both punchers are undefeated and have won all but one of their battles via KO.

Alen, 32, who worked as a nightclub bouncer for a decade before discovering his calling and making it big in boxing, is five years younger than Lukasz.

However, Lukasz, who has always fought professionally in his native Poland, now gets the opportunity of a lifetime because he is fighting this championship contest in Rzeszow, where he was born.

Since becoming pro in 2015, Lukasz has amassed an unblemished record of 14-0, 13 KOs. He knocked out former heavyweight contender Artur Szpilka in the first round of his most recent fight. Previously, he knocked out former British and EBU heavyweight champion Michael Sprott in two rounds.

Alen, also known as The Savage, is undefeated with an 11-0 record and 10 knockouts. In 2019, he made his professional debut. His KO record was highlighted in his most recent bout, a UD victory against Adam Balski, which earned him the vacant WBC Silver Bridgerweight title. Alen was out in the first, but Adam was docked a point for batting after the eleventh-inning bell.

All but two of Alen’s professional fights have taken place in the United Kingdom. He’s fought Tyson Fury, Dillian Whyte, and Joe Joyce.

Both men are powerful punchers. With this kind of nighttime power, anything is possible.

Alen’s most recent fight was on May 21st, last year, against Adam Balski. But we must go back to May 30th, 2021, when Lukasz quickly ousted compatriot Artur Szpilka.

With both big boys undefeated with KO ratios in the 90’s, this is guaranteed to be a spectacular fight, with the winner winning by knockout!


  • Nationality: Polish   
  • Date of Birth: January 23, 1986  
  • Height: 6′ 1″
  • Reach: 74″   
  • Total Fights: 14
  • Record: 14-0 (13 KOs)


  • Nationality: Croatian
  • Date of Birth: November 17, 1990
  • Height: 6′ 1″    
  • Reach: N/A   
  • Total Fights: 11
  • Record: 11-0 (10 KOs)   

 Alen Babic vs Lukasz Rozanski Fight Card:

  • Lukasz Rozanski vs. Alen Babic; For the vacant WBC bridge weight title
  • Michal Cieslak vs. Dylan Bregeon; For the vacant European cruiserweight title
  • Laura Grzyb vs. Maria Cecchi; Junior featherweight
  • Caroline Dubois vs. TBA; Lightweight
  • Martin Bakole vs Ihor Shevadzutskyi; Heavyweight
  • Jeamie ‘TKV’ Tshikeva vs. TBA; Heavyweight


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