Boxer Dave Allen shows off three-stone body transformation but confuses fans with promo picture for next fight | The Sun

Boxer Dave Allen shows off three-stone body transformation but confuses fans with promo picture for next fight | The Sun

DAVE ALLEN has announced he will return to the ring next month after undergoing a body transformation.

The heavyweight has lost three stone and is preparing for an upcoming bout.


He shared two photos side by side which highlight the progress he has made over the past few weeks.

Allen now looks toned and fight-ready after losing his big belly.

He captioned the photos: "Big changes made to end 2022, massive 2023 coming up 🦏🧱."

The White Rhino announced his next fight will take place on February 18th but he confused fans about who he will face in the squared circle.

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The 20-5 fighter released a promotional poster featuring himself and Billy Pickles.

But Allen clarified that he will not be facing 'The Kid' as he is a lightweight, with Pickles set to face another opponent on the same card.

The Fight Academy flyer also states Allen will fight at Sheffield United's Bramall Lane with tickets starting from £50, and ringside seats priced at £100.

Allen's last fight came in March last year when he defeated Bulgarian Milen Paunov in the second round via technical knock-out.

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But that is just one of three bouts the Brit has had in the last three years – since he lost to David Price.

Allen won all three contests, two of which came after he decided to retire in November 2020 before donning the gloves once again , but he is still ring rusty.

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