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Eimantas Stanionis' Frustration Mounts: Awaiting Fight Date Amidst Divisional Uncertainty"

Lithuanian welterweight Eimantas Stanionis finds himself in the frustrating position of waiting for a fight date as his promising career has hit a standstill. Despite his victory against Radzhab Butaev in April 2022, a much-anticipated clash with Vergil Ortiz Jr. has been canceled three times, leaving Stanionis eager for action.

Having endured numerous date changes and cancellations, Stanionis expressed his frustration, stating, “I’m always stressed because I’m not living a normal life, and I have no fight, and I don’t know what my future holds.”

The welterweight contender, currently fighting under PBC, highlighted the organizational changes within the boxing landscape. PBC’s shift from Showtime to Amazon Prime has contributed to the uncertainty surrounding Stanionis’ fight schedule.

“I don’t know why the other fights have not happened,” Stanionis said, emphasizing the challenges arising from the transition. Despite the setbacks, Stanionis remains committed to his training, eagerly awaiting news on a new fight date.

With the welterweight division experiencing a shakeup after Terence Crawford’s departure from the IBF title, Stanionis called on Crawford to “release the belts” and provide clarity for the division. Stanionis, along with emerging talents like Jaron Ennis and Conor Benn, awaits the opportunity to contend for welterweight supremacy.

As Stanionis navigates the uncertainties of the welterweight landscape, the boxing world eagerly anticipates his return to the ring and the potential matchups that could shape the future of the division.

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