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 Last update:  9/1/2014       Read more by Luke Furman         
   
Andrew Golota To Have Farewell Fight on October 25th
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By Luke Furman

Heavyweight Andrew Golota (41-9-1, 33 KOs) will bid farewell to the ring on October 25th in Czestochowa, headlining the card "Fight Night 9: Farewell." Golota will reportedly cross gloves with Danell Nicholson (42-5, 32 KOs). Nicholson, 46, has been inactive since 2003 when he stepped away from the ring after getting knocked out in four rounds by Wladimir Klitschko.

This fight is actually a rematch, Golota stopped Nicholson in the eleventh round of an HBO televised fight in 1996.

Golota, 46-years-old, was stopped in his last three fights and only fought four times since 2008. He took a break from 2009 to 2013 and was stopped in the sixth round in his February 2013 comeback fight against Przemyslaw Saleta.

Luke Furman covers boxing for bosker.org

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comment by theface07, on 09-03-2014
I've never seen a fighter throw so many blatant low blows. He would've bet Bowe both times if not for the low blow combos. He just couldn't help himself.

comment by E. O. Wilson, on 09-02-2014
[QUOTE=trufightfanatic]he got frustrated because he could stop Big Daddy Bowe and resorted to low blows. I think he had punched himself out and had nothing left and took the easy way out both times[/QUOTE] No he was comfortably outfighting him. Golota had/has mental problems plain and simple. You...

comment by RINGG, on 09-02-2014
At least with Nicholson he won't get knocked out. Maybe...

comment by beez721, on 09-02-2014
[QUOTE=trufightfanatic]he got frustrated because he could stop Big Daddy Bowe and resorted to low blows. I think he had punched himself out and had nothing left and took the easy way out both times[/QUOTE] never could stand golota. he was a typical bully that found his way out whenever he was...

comment by BoxngLove, on 09-02-2014
This is the equivalent of giving a replay of the 1995 championship game btwn the Cowboys and the 49ers... today. Imagine the excitement of watch 46 year old football players lumbering about barely able to execute a match. Never liked Golata. Guy has the mentality of a 9 year old

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