Caleb Plant (21-1, 12 KOs) tells us what he stands for and what he wants to prove in his legacy and in his fight against Anthony Dirrell in particular.
After a tough loss to Canelo Alvarez, what did it take to regroup and come back stronger? Plat’s opponent Anthony Dirrell makes this fight about race and not wanting to lose to a white boxer. Watch Plant’s interesting response.
Plant is trying to rebound after the first loss of his career to Mexican star Alvarez in the November 2021 super middleweight title unification bout. On October 15th, almost a year later, Plant will be back on the ring to face Anthony Dirrell (34-2-2, 25 KOs) in a WBC super middleweight championship eliminator at Barclays Center in Brooklyn. The fight is a co-main event to the Deontay Wilder and Robert Helenius clash.
Plant, 30, was very composed and professional in the way he reacted to the gross language and offenses thrown at him by almost 38-year-old Dirrell.
Watch the video. Beware: Bad words abound.