Top heavyweight boxing contender Otto Wallin returns to action this Friday night.

Wallin will collide with Helaman Olguin from the Castleton Banquet and Conference Center in Windham, New Hampshire. The event is promoted under the Salita Promotions banner.

“I feel great heading into this fight,” Wallin said. “My training has been going great and I’ve done a lot of good sparring leading up to this fight. I’m excited to be fighting in New Hampshire and can’t wait to step into the ring. I can’t overlook Olguin, who is a good fighter, but I don’t think he’s on my level.

“I know that I can compete and win against any heavyweight in the world, and I’ll make sure that I show why on Friday night.”

Wallin (24-1, 14 KOs) added two wins to his ledger in 2022, following up a unanimous decision in February over Kamil Sokolowski with a dominant decision over the always tough Rydell Booker in May.

Since then Wallin has stayed ready in the gym, and after moving on from negotiations to face former two-time heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua, will step back into the ring looking to show again why he’s a top 10 heavyweight in the world.

“Otto trains his tail off twice a day, six days a week, virtually year-round,” said Zach Levin, Wallin’s manager. “He cannot wait to prove himself against the very best in the world. While he waits for that opportunity to present itself, he is preparing for Olguin like the consummate professional that he is. He is grinding and not looking past Olguin.

“On January 27, Otto’s world class skills will be on full display and the fans in attendance will know they have been treated to something different.”

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