The 2015 Boxcino Heavyweight champion shook off a two-year hiatus with wins over Francisco Mireles and tough veteran Joey Dawejko in 2018.
With those two bouts behind him, Fedosov is ready for big game hunting in 2019, and is looking to fight the division’s best fighters and top contenders.
At the head of that list, Fedosov and his team, would like to mix it up with undefeated Adam Kownacki.
Kownacki, who rose to prominence with three big wins in 2018 over the likes of former world champion Charles Martin and world title challenger Gerald Washington, would be a terrific foe for Fedosov.
The fight would surely produce fireworks, as each has never taken a backwards step.
“That is a fight we would love to get for Andrey. Kownacki is a fighter that has some momentum behind him, but we feel Andrey’s experience would be a factor in the fight. It also, would get Andrey on a short list to fight for the Heavyweight Championship of the World,” said Fedosov’s co-promoter Artie Pelullo of Banner Promotions.
“I think that would be an explosive fight, and I look forward to seeing them in the ring,” said Fedosov’s manager, Andrew Zak of Journeyman Management.