It’s fight night on Saturday, with Pulseroll ambassador Stephen Danyo taking to the ring, boxing on Sky Sports! Over in America, Terry Flanagan also steps between the ropes as he takes on Regis Prograis in the World Boxing Super Series.
Former WBO European Champion Danyo will be competing at middleweight on the bill, topped by John Ryder’s clash with Andrey Sirotkin, he’ll be coming up against Felix Cash.
Stephen Danyo has long been a user of Pulseroll, making great use of the vibrating foam roller and peanut ball as essential parts of his recovery workflow. The intensity of the vibrating foam roller, plus rechargeable batteries make the product perfect for a recovering athlete. You can see more of our work with Stephen in his official Pulseroll Athlete Profile, and learn more about the intense recovery product.
In America, former WBO World Champion Terry Flanagan looks to get back to winning ways as he competes in the World Boxing Super Series. ‘Turbo’ will be taking to the ring in New Orleans against the dangerous Regis Prograis in a lightweight bout, his return from the first loss on his record, when he lost a split decision contest to Maurice Hooker in his hometown of Manchester.
The World Boxing Super Series has been a formidable success already, seeing superstars rise in both the super middleweight and cruiserweight divisions, where Callum Smith and Oleksandr Usyk took the crowns of their respective divisions.
We’d also like to extend a huge good luck to Hughie Fury, who also steps into the squared circle on Saturday, the latest step on his route to a heavyweight world title. The Mancunian lost on points when he last challenged, to New Zealander Joseph Parker. This weekend however, he gets the chance to put that right, as he comes up against hard hitting Bulgarian Kubrat Pulev. The clash has been ordered by the International Boxing Foundation (IBF), who have made the fight a final eliminator, meaning the winner will be guaranteed against current heavyweight king, Anthony Joshua.
Good luck, Stephen, Terry and Hughie, we’re behind you!