Light heavyweight unified champion Artur Beterbiev puts his three world titles on the line when he faces Anthony Yarde on Saturday (ESPN+, 3:30 p.m. ET).
Beterbiev seems unbeatable, with 18 knockouts in 18 fights, 13 of those inside five rounds. Yarde has won his last three fights by stoppage and is seven years younger than the champ, but does he have the right game plan — and the tools — to beat Beterbiev?
Former two division champion and current ESPN boxing analyst Timothy Bradley Jr. wrote letters to each fighter to offer what he would consider the game plan and breaks down their paths to victory.