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5 Injured Boxers Looking to Return in 2024

5 Injured Boxers Looking to Return in 2024


5 Injured Boxers Looking to Return in 2024

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5 Injured Boxers Looking to Return in 2024

2024 looks set to be a memorable year for boxing, with intriguing fights already scheduled, such as Anthony Joshua vs. Francis Ngannou. Many talented fighters have spent considerable time out of the ring due to injury. There are injured fighters looking to return to the ring this year, and BFW have identified five injured boxers looking to make a comeback in 2024. Among the various methods available for rehabilitation, some fighters buy CBD isolate online for their recovery alongside physiotherapy, specialised training, appropriate rest, and the right nutrition to regain their peak performance levels.

5 Boxers Looking To Return From Injury in 2024

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Injured Boxers Looking to Return: Andy Ruiz Jr.

Andy Ruiz Jr (35-2, 22 KOs) has only fought three times since his massive upset win over Anthony Joshua in 2019. Since that win, he has lost to Joshua in the rematch and defeated Chris Arreola and Luis Ortiz. The 34-year-old Imperial native has hinted at a return in 2024 in a recent interview with TNT Sports: “2024 were coming back.”

Billy Joe Saunders

Billy Joe Saunders (30-1, 14 KOs) was last seen in the ring when stopped in the eighth round by Canelo Alvarez due to a fracture to his right orbital. Recently on the upfront podcast with Simon Jordan, when asked if he would return, he said: “I have to come back.” Eddie Hearn has also revealed talks have taken place over his return.

Errol Spence Jr.

Terence Crawford defeated Errol Spence Jr. (28-1, 22 KOs) on July 29 2023. Spence has experienced his fair share of injury troubles outside the ring, including car crashes and a recent cataract surgery to repair a right eye problem. Spence appeared confident on social media: “[This surgery] has been overdue since before the Crawford fight. [It was] still a great performance [by Crawford]. No more excuses after this [rematch] fight, though. The champ is back!” Could we see the rematch in 2024?

Sunny Edwards

Sunny Edwards (20-1, 4 KOs) was last in the ring against Jesse “Bam” Rodriguez, where he tasted defeat for the first time as a professional, with his left eye sustaining a fractured orbital bone. Edwards has expressed publicly that after the injury, he still and only desires big fights. 2024 could see the resurrection of Edwards, who has spoken positively about returning sooner rather than later.

Takuma Inoue

Takuma Inoue (18-1, 4 KOs), the younger brother of Naoya Inoue, picked up a rib injury, which forced him to postpone his planned WBA bantamweight title defence against Jerwin Ancajas. This world title fight will now take place on February 24, marking his return from the fractured rib he sustained in training for the original fight date of November 15, 2023.

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