Golden Contract: Lenin Castillo added to light-heavyweight tournament Golden Contract: Lenin Castillo added to light-heavyweight tournament
Hard-hitting Dominican star Lenin Castillo has become the latest name to be added to the light-heavyweight edition of the exciting Golden Contract tournament. The... Golden Contract: Lenin Castillo added to light-heavyweight tournament

Golden Contract: Lenin Castillo added to light-heavyweight tournament

Hard-hitting Dominican star Lenin Castillo has become the latest name to be added to the light-heavyweight edition of the exciting Golden Contract tournament.

The ground-breaking competition will be shown live on Sky Sports in association with Matchroom Boxing and has gripped the imagination of the public.

WBO No 11 and WBO Latino champion Castillo (20-2-1, 15 KOs) is now the sixth fighter to be confirmed to be taking part at 175lbs, joining some of the best stars from around the world.

Castillo was an elite amateur, winning multiple titles and also competing at the 2008 Olympics in Beijing. Since entering the paid ranks he has displayed fantastic power, with 15 of his 20 wins coming by knockout.

Along with being the WBO Latino champion, Castillo has won the WBO NABO title as a professional too, and has also fought former interim WBA world champion Marcus Browne, with Castillo knocking Browne down during that fight in 2018.

He said: “I’m delighted to be entering the prestigious Golden Contract tournament. I’ll be chasing the knockout bonuses too and I’m definitely going to be the last man standing at light-heavyweight.”

Golden Contract: Lenin Castillo added to light-heavyweight tournament

The Golden Contract on Sky Sports

Castillo joins a fantastic line-up at light-heavyweight, which includes former British champion Hosea Burton, unbeaten WBO European champion and WBO No 12 Steven Ward and ex-British and Commonwealth light-heavyweight champion Bob Ajisafe.

Also part of the tournament are former English light-heavyweight champion Liam Conroy, and former WBC International champion Serge Michel.

The winner of each tournament will land a two-year, five-fight deal with a major promoter that guarantees six-figure purses for every fight along with global exposure.

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