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 Last update:  6/29/2012       Read more by Ruslan Chikov         
   
Alexander Povetkin Could Return on July 21 in Moscow
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By Ruslan Chikov

According to manager and promoter Vladimir Hryunov, WBA "regular" heavyweight champion Alexander Povetkin (24-0, 16KOs) may possibly return on July 21 in Moscow, Russia. Povetkin was going to face mandatory challenger Hasim Rahman on July 14th in Hamburg, but the event was canceled when Rahman withdrew with a training injury.

"Right now we are considering various options for Alexander's next fight and one of them could be a fight in Moscow, possibly on July 21. I think staging a fight involving Alexander Povetkin in Moscow will create a lot of interest with boxing fans," Hryunov said.

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comment by jray100k, on 06-30-2012
Pov should give Holyfield a shot. Holyfield would take the fight. He already tried to make it happen last yr and he is ready today. Heck, Holyfield is just as good; if not better than Rahman. In my opinion, win, lose or draw... Holyfield would retire afterwards. It's a win-win for both fighters a...

comment by Freedom2014, on 06-29-2012
It's better for him to remain active instead of waiting for Rahman.

comment by NearHypnos, on 06-29-2012
Why does he even have "various options"...

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