Adeleye hopes to extend unbeaten run against Healey

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Boxing heavyweight prospect of Nigerian descent, David Adeleye, will bid to remain unbeaten when he takes on Chris Healey on a historic night at Wembley on Saturday – just like sparring partner Tyson Fury.

Adeleye is undefeated in his eight professional fights so far and Healey, a Lancashire southpaw will also be aiming back-to-back wins having defeated Danny Whitaker a fortnight ago.

The 25-year-old, Adeleye will fight Healey on the undercard of Fury’s domestic dust-up with former sparring partner Dillian Whyte on Saturday night.

Born in London in 1996 to Nigerian parents, Adeleye is regarded as Britain’s latest heavyweight prospect and has been a key member of Fury’s training camp for Whyte’s bout was cheered on by the Gypsy King during his open workout on Tuesday afternoon.

Adeleye – who has also trained with former unified heavyweight champ Anthony Joshua – has been tipped by many to make a fast rise up the heavyweight ranks.

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Adeleye dreams of fighting for the British and Commonwealth titles.

He said, “Whichever belt comes first is the one I go for. I’ll take all of them.

“I want to get in the history books as a world heavyweight champion, and deliver some of the biggest fight nights for British boxing.”

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