Williams-Wright: A Fight of Epic Proportions

John Louie RamosSenior Writer IApril 8, 2009

LAS VEGAS - JULY 20:  Boxer Winky Wright of Florida weighs in for his fight against Bernard Hopkins of Pennsylvania at the Mandalay Bay Events Center July 20, 2007 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Wright and Hopkins will face each other in a light heavyweight fight on July 21.  (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images)

This coming weekend, Paul "The Punisher" Williams, one of today's most feared prizefighters, will enter the boxing ring for the 37th time in his illustrious professional career against the tricky defensive wizard Winky Wright.

Williams (36-1-0, 27 KOs), the two-division world champion is expected to bring home another victory and add Wright to his growing list of world-class victims.

On the other hand Wright (51-4-1, 25 KOs) is coming off a 21-month layoff and is looking to stop Williams' meteoric rise.

In a fight of epic proportions, two of the sport's most avoided warriors will go head to head, fist to fist, and toe to toe and will try to outclass each other.

The younger man is looking to cement his legacy while the older fellow is looking for a second shot at destiny.

Williams vs. Wrighta fight for the ages.

Can Williams bully his way through Wright's slick and solid defense?

Or can Wright jab his way to victory?

There are so many questions, yet there's only one way to find out the answer to each and every one of them.