Steven Butler vs Patrice Volny June 6th ESPN

After breezing through his last match, Steven Butler is wasting no time in getting back into the ring. The former double-title contender is gearing up to take on fellow Canadian Patrice Volny on June 6th. ESPN+ will broadcast their middleweight showdown live from the Montreal Casino in Montreal, Canada.

Butler's last fight, a swift victory over Toronto's Steve Rolls, lasted a mere 65 seconds, setting the stage for his upcoming bout with Volny. At 28 years old, Butler, a hometown hero, is riding high on the momentum from his recent win and aims to extend his winning streak against Volny.

Having spent a decade in the professional boxing circuit, Butler has faced some tough challenges, including two shots at middleweight titles. Although he fell short in his attempts against Ryota Murata and Zhanibek Alimkhanuly, Butler's resilience is evident in his comeback victories, including the lightning-fast triumph in March.

Volny, with a record of 18 wins and 1 loss, entered the professional arena in 2016. Along his journey, he secured notable victories over Albert Onolunose and Ryan Young. However, his undefeated status took a hit in a technical decision loss to Esquiva Falcao, a setback he aims to overcome in his clash with Butler.

The event features other exciting matchups, including Osleys Iglesias defending his IBO super middleweight title against Evgeny Shvedenko in a 12-round battle. Additionally, fighters like Arthur Biyarslanov, Leïla Beaudoin, Luis Santana, and Jhon Orobio will showcase their skills in separate bouts, promising an action-packed night for boxing fans.

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