By Scott Gilfoid: Maciej Sulecki says he’ll be treated in time for you to fight WBO middleweight champion Demetrius Andrade in June despite with a hand accident which promoter says will keep him out of the struggle.

Sulecki (28-1, 11 kOs) thinks his injured hands will likely be fit enough for him to come back to the ring to take on the unbeaten Andrade (27-0, 17 KOs) for his second title defense on June 22 or 29 in his hometown of Providence, Rhode Island.

About him willing to take the title shot against Andrade in June, sulecki stated this on his own social media site:

I can heal, I eat probably roughly one week if it will be fourteen days is the date as I train engine prep all the time 22/29 June fit. ”

The way that Andrade’s promoter of Matchroom is in such a hurry to move eliminate Sulecki fighting Andrade in June, it gives the impression that he hes to move in a weaker competition in his own place which won’t even function as a threat of beating him. Sulecki is a SERIOUS threat to Andrade. This ’S-A struggle which Demetrius could very well reduce. It’s pretty interesting how Hearn is chomping at the bit to state that Sulecki is injured. Sulecki seems like he had been surprised by judgment out to the struggle, which makes this movement.

The original idea was the winner of the Sulecki vs. Gabriel Rosado battle would confront Andrade because of his WBO title in his second fight. Sulecki looked out standing in beating Rosado with a 10 round unanimous decision last month on March 15 at the Liacouras Center, , Pennsylvania. Hearn doesn’t even have to complement Sulecki against Andrade s perhaps maybe not the WBO required. It had been Hearn which wanted the winner of the Rosado vs. Sulecki struggle to manage Andrade. Was Hearn expecting that Rosado could win? Andrade vs. Rosado would perform out big at the United States. Rosado is well known around the East Coast, and also plenty of American fans are conversant with him. Sulecki is less popular with the U.S buffs, and also a struggle between him and Andrade could receive extra attention. Sulecki is also more of a threat to beating Andrade than the older 33-year-old Rosado (24-12-1, 14 KOs). Afterward his enormous plans were destroyed by Sulecki In case Hearn hoped that Rosado would win this struggle. Without giving him a enough a while hearn is now fast judgment out Sulecki as an competition for Andrade. Sulecki’s might heal to take the struggle with Andrade.

Fundamentally it’therefore definitely going to be upto Hearn if he hes to let the fight move with the 29-year-old Sulecki. With the way that Andrade was paired by Hearn together with him putting him against weak opponents in Artur Akavov and Walter Kautondokwa, it would be fine when he broken that tendency by fitting him. For Hearn should make a dramatic upgrade in the kind of resistance he’therefore fitting Andrade against. Sulecki are a good opponent for Andrade when he’s convinced that his hands will be treated in time for him to struggle by June 22 or 29.

If Hearn chooses to not wait Sulecki’s no hands to heal up, then he’s most likely going to pick out of this group of fighters at the World Organization’s top 15 to choose Andrade’s next opponent:

— David Lemieux

— Jack Culcay

— Steven Butler

— Alantez Fox

— Jeff Horn

— Patrice Volny

— Liam

— Luke Keeler

— Marcelo Esteban

— Artem Chebotarev

— Conrad Cumming