In his most recent bout, he walked right through the body-beautiful Gerald Washington in two rounds. Prior to that, I’ve scored noteworthy victories over former heavyweight titlist Charles Martin, Iago Kiladze, and Artur Szpilka.
Kownacki is already ranked no. 4 by the IBF, no. 6 by the WBC, and no. 12 by the WBA. Yet adding a name like Arreola to his resume will only help increase his Q rating while moving him closer to a world title shot.
“I’m very excited,” Kownacki recently told Boxing Era “I grew up watching him and I think he’s still one of the biggest names in heavyweight division. He’s been in with everybody and he always puts on a good fight, so he’s the perfect opponent … he’s got a lot of fight left in him. On paper, it’s the perfect fight. Now it’s in my hands to do what I gotta do, which is get a knockout and put on a great performance. ”
Surprisingly enough, one of the first films to seriously engage with this reality is the latest offering of the Marvel superhero franchise, Spider-Man: Far From Home. Featuring Tom Holland’s playful, web-slinging hero on a school trip to Europe, the film’s initial conflict is set as typical space-drama Marvel fare: Earth is under attack from “Elementals,” an invading class of giant monsters from a parallel universe, which can be thwarted with the help of superhero Quentin Beck, aka Mysterio, who inadvertently came to our world with the monsters.