Charles ‘Killa’ Whittaker takes another step towards a world title shot when he defends his United States Boxing Association junior-middleweight title.
Whittaker, 39, faces American Demetrius Hopkins at the Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City on Saturday hoping that if he wins it will lead to a world title fight.
Killa has a record of 39 wins (23 KOs) with 13 losses and two draws. Hopkins, 34, has won 32 of his bouts, including 12 KOs, lost twice and drawn once.
Whittaker said: “I’m well prepared and I’m going to win by whatever way I can.”