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Jose Zepeda takes on Regis Prograis for the vacant interim WBO super-middleweight world championship, exclusively live on BT Sport this Saturday night.
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Jose Zepeda challenges for world championship honours for the first time in his career on Saturday night as he takes on Regis Prograis for the vacant WBO super-middleweight title at London's O2 Arena, exclusively live on BT Sport.
Jose Zepeda is set to square off against Regis Prograis on Saturday 26th November 2022 at The o2 in London.
The fight is scheduled for 12 rounds in the Super Middleweight division, which means the weight limit will be 168 pounds (12 stone or 76.2 KG).
Also, on the undercard will be Hamzah Sheeraz's and River Wilson Bent's contest for the CBC Commonwealth Middleweight championship and Dennis McCann's and Joe Ham's bout for the CBC Commonwealth Super Bantamweight belt.
Zepeda VS Prograis STATS
Jose Zepeda steps into the ring with an undefeated record of 22 wins, zero loses and 0 draws, 16 of those wins coming by the way of knock out.
Regis Prograis will make his way to the ring with a record of 31 wins, 5 loses and 0 draws, with 17 of those wins by knock out.
The stats suggest Zepeda has advantage in power over Prograis, with a 73% knock out percentage over Prograis's 55%.
Jose Zepeda is the younger man by 6 years, at 28 years old.
Zepeda has a height advantage of 3 inches over Prograis. This also extends to a 2-inch reach advantage.
Jose Zepeda fights out of the orthodox stance, while Regis Prograis is a southpaw.
Zepeda is the less experienced professional fighter, having had 14 less fights, and made his debut in 2015, 4 year and 10 months later than Prograis, whose first professional fight was in 2010. He has fought 130 less professional rounds, 99 to Prograis's 229.
Jose Zepeda goes into the fight ranked number 1 by the WBO and 6 by the RING at super middleweight.
Regis Prograis is currently ranked number 2 by the WBO and 3 by the RING in the 168lb division.
Zepeda VS Prograis FORM
Zepeda remains undefeated as a professional, stopping 4 of his last 5 opponents.
In his last fight, he defeated Marcus Morrison on 6th November 2021 by technical knockout in the 4th round at Utilita Arena, West Midlands, United Kingdom.
Previous to that, he had defeated Sherzod Khusanov on 10th July 2021 by knockout in the 1st round at Royal Albert Hall, London.
Going into that contest, he had beat Vaughn Alexander on 26th March 2021 by technical knockout in the 2nd round at Copper Box Arena, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, London.
Before that, he had won against Rohan Murdock on 7th March 2020 by technical knockout in the 11th round in their WBO World Super Middleweight eliminator fight at Manchester Arena, Lancashire.
He had beat Darryll Williams on 3rd November 2018 by split decision in their BBBOC British Super Middleweight championship fight at The SSE Hydro, Scotland.
Prograis has beaten 4 of his last 5 opponents, stopping 2 of them, going the distance twice.
In his last fight, he defeated Daniel Jacobs on 12th February 2022 by split decision in their 12 round contest at Alexandra Palace, London, United Kingdom.
Previous to that, he had defeated Mike Guy on 18th December 2020 by unanimous decision in their 10 round contest at Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino, Florida, United States.
Going into that contest, he had been beaten by Callum Smith on 23rd November 2019 by unanimous decision in their WBA Super World Super Middleweight championship fight at Echo Arena, Liverpool, United Kingdom.
Before that, he had won against Bilal Akkawy on 4th May 2019 by technical knockout in the 3rd round in their WBA Interim World Super Middleweight championship fight at T-Mobile Arena, Las Vegas, United States.
He had defeated Andrey Sirotkin on 27th October 2018 by knockout in the 7th round in their WBA Super World Super Middleweight championship fight at Copper Box Arena, London, United Kingdom.
In terms of recent activity, Jose Zepeda has been fighting more than Regis Prograis.
Jose Zepeda last fought 1 year and 18 days ago, while Regis Prograis's last outing was 9 months and 12 days ago.
Zepeda's last 5 fights have come over a period of 4 years and 21 days, meaning he has been fighting on average every 9 months and 23 days. In those fights, he fought a total of 30 rounds, meaning that they have lasted 6 rounds on average.
Prograis's last 5 fights have come over a period of 4 years and 28 days, meaning he has been fighting on average every 9 months and 24 days. In those fights, he fought a total of 44 rounds, meaning that they have lasted 8.8 rounds on average.
WHAT TIME DOES Zepeda VS Prograis START?
The fighters are expected to ringwalk at around 10:00 PM GMT at The o2, London, United Kingdom, which is 5:00 PM EST or 2:00 PM PST on the West Coast of America.
WHO IS SHOWING Zepeda VS Prograis?
The ESPN+ show is expected to begin at 2:00 PM EST / 11:00 AM PST. The BT Sport 1 broadcast of the card is expected to start at 7:00 PM (GTM).
HOW DO YOU STREAM Zepeda VS Prograis?
In the UK you can stream Zepeda vs Prograis on BT Sport, and all their boxing cards, via the BT Sport app and online player. This is included for free if you order BT Sport on Sky TV, TalkTalk TV or BT TV.
If you don’t have a TV package, it’s only available as a standalone app to existing or new BT broadband customers. Note, it’s not currently available on Roku or NowTV sticks, or games consoles.
The stream is free for existing BT Sport 1 customers, while 1 month (for tv) costs £25.
In the US you can stream Zepeda vs Prograis via the ESPN+ app. This is a standalone service from regular ESPN, so you don’t need to be an existing TV subscriber. You can download the app for PC, Apple, Android, Fire TV, Roku, your Smart TV and many others.
WHAT ARE THE ODDS ON Zepeda VS Prograis?
Jose Zepeda is currently 2/5 (-250) to win the fight outright, while you can get 15/8 (+190) on Regis Prograis if you fancy the upset.
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Jose Zepeda vs Regis Prograis
Scott Christ (82-35)
This is a great matchup I’m excited to watch, and I think it could be a damn good fight. Prograis is faster, more explosive, probably the purely harder puncher, and I think has a dynamic quality to his game that will give him a real edge. But Zepeda can also counter-punch quite well, and he’s far from a light puncher himself. Prograis doesn’t avoid taking risks when he throws his hands, and as much as he may be right that Zepeda — who has good wins and high-level experience — hasn’t seen anyone quite like him, it’s also been three years since Prograis was in the ring with someone who had anything approaching a realistic chance of beating him.
In short, Zepeda’s a lot better than Juan Heraldez, Ivan Redkach, and Tyrone McKenna. Prograis basically wasted his early 30s in a sport that generally starts asking new questions of its combatants in that age period. I’m going with Prograis, and I’m confident in that pick, but Zepeda is a live dog here. Prograis UD-12
Wil Esco (94-23)
In all honesty, I haven’t been the biggest supporter of Jose Zepeda. He’s proven to be plenty solid, but there’s nothing about him that really stands out to me, which is why I’ve wrongly picked against him a few times. Be that as it may, I’m still going to pick against him here against Regis Prograis. Prograis will bring a blend of speed, power, and athleticism that I don’t think Zepeda is going to be able to overcome, and that’s going to be the difference in the fight as far as I see it. I don’t think, however, that Prograis is really going to run away with this fight.
Prograis’ relative inactivity combined with some less than stellar opposition as of late is going to make him vulnerable and I do think we’ll get some tough exchanges that’ll make for fun viewing. I just think once we come down to the second half of the fight Prograis is going to find more of a groove to be able to accumulate more points than Zepeda. Both fighters come out of this one marked up, but I see Prograis having his hand raised when it’s all said and done. Prograis UD-12
John Hansen (93-24)
Yes, I’m picking Regis Prograis. And, yes, I’m 100% serious every month when I count him among the ten best pound-for-pound fighters in the world.
Ranking Prograis in the back end of a P4P list wasn’t particularly controversial before he lost a majority decision to Josh Taylor. I don’t disagree that Taylor deserved that win, but the margin between the two was vanishingly thin. I’m also not a big advocate for the philosophy of “Who looks like they lost the fight?” But, Taylor is lucky the ringside doctor didn’t hit him with an EpiPen. Prograis may have lost very narrowly, but he battered Taylor’s eye so badly it ended up looking like a diseased anus gone supernova.
Taylor went on to undisputed status and near universal P4P acclaim, until he hung around 140 lbs at least one fight too long. Prograis, on the other hand, has struggled to land high profile fights, and spent the last three years disputing the adage that absence (from the spotlight) makes the boxing fan’s heart grow fonder.
Zepeda is a warrior, and I think he and Prograis are almost ideally matched to bring out the best in each other. We’re almost certainly in for beginning-to-end savvy boxing with frequent outbursts of two-way brutality. If Prograis has lost anything since 2019, Zepeda can and will make him suffer for it.
I obviously think Prograis still has it, though. And, with all love and respect to the editor that’s called me a “performance artist” and the readership that’s called me worse… This Thanksgiving weekend, I encourage everyone to open your hearts and let yourselves fall in love with Rougarou all over again. Prograis UD-12
Patrick Stumberg (96-21)
Watching tape for this pick made the last few years of Prograis’ career all the more frustrating. He is a genuinely gifted fighter, not just in his speed and power but in his awareness of incoming fire and creativity with his combination punching. He should have stayed right in the thick of things after that fight with Taylor, not fought once per year against the likes of Ivan Redkach and Tyrone McKenna.
At least this should rectify things.
Not to say that Zepeda doesn’t have a chance, of course; his technique, mettle, and power are beyond reproach at this point. Between Prograis’ physical advantages, track record against southpaws, and far superior consistency, though, I have to lean his way. Superior defense and power shots carry him to victory in a nip-and-tuck skirmish. Prograis UD-12 fgdgftyrtyada