The IBF has officially ordered Tevin Farmer to make a mandatory defense.
IBF super featherweight titleholder Tevin Farmer will have to take care of his mandatory next, as the sanctioning body have officially ordered him to defend against Guillaume Frenois.
Negotiations are to be completed by May 7 or it will go to purse bid.
Farmer (29-4-1, 6 KO) was allowed to make an optional defense on March 15 against Jono Carroll, which resulted in a decision win for Farmer in Tevin’s hometown of Philadelphia, his third successful defense since winning the belt over Billy Dib last August in Australia.
DAZN for U.S. viewers.