Promoter Eddie Hearn Has Revealed That Ammo Williams vs Felix Cash Is Agreed In Principle
Eddie Hearn revealed via an interview with ID Boxing News that a fight between unbeaten fighters, Britain’s Felix Cash (15-0, 10 KOs) and the United States’ Ammo Williams (12-0, 9 KOs) is now done. Hearn stated the fight would be an eliminator for the WBA world middleweight title.
The American is ranked #5 in the world with the WBA and holds their international scalp. Cash is a former British and Commonwealth champion, mandatory for the European belt and ranked in three separate governing bodies (WBO #4, IBF #9, WBA #14).
On his Instagram live earlier this week, Hearn stated that “Both guys have agreed to that fight (Felix Cash vs Ammo Williams) in principle” but now it appears to be a done deal.
Cash vs Williams would see two unbeaten top 15 middleweight contenders battle in a mouth-watering, transatlantic 50-50 clash that would put the winner within touching distance of a world title shot.
Williams has been the more active of the two recently and returns for the fourth time this year this Saturday on the Estrada Chocolatito 3 undercard in Phoenix against fellow unbeaten Simon Madsen (13-0, 10 KOs). Cash fights for the fourth time in 3 years in Leeds on Dec 10 against an undetermined opponent on the undercard of Josh Warrington vs Luis Alberto Lopez.