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 Last update:  10/30/2011       Read more by Ruslan Chikov            &
Arthur Abraham: Middleweight Run Starts in January
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By Ruslan Chikov

Former middleweight champion Arthur Abraham (32-3, 26KOs) is sweating along at the Max-Schmeling-Gym in Germany. After losing three of his last four fights at 168-pounds, Abraham is preparing to return to the middleweight division. Abraham is not dropping straight to 160-pounds. He plans to take a fight in January at 165. He wants to reclaim the middleweight title by the end of 2012.

"A nutritionist can help me. At night there are only salads. In a year I can become the world champion again. In January I plan to start my comeback. Not in the middleweight division, but at 165-pounds. The opponent has not been set, but it should be a good fighter, someone in the top ten rankings. We are in negotiations. One thing is for sure, I will continue boxing for Sauerland and training with Ulli Wegner," Abraham told George Lubrich.

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comment by bulldognyc, on 10-31-2011
arthur didnt have the size at super middle but idk if he has the goods for middle anymore. even though he was undersized he was exposed. the guy has great power n a iron chin n good heart but can be outboxed n out hustled. wish him the best.

comment by Ringlife, on 10-30-2011
Sergio vs Abraham needs to happen.

comment by BattlingNelson, on 10-30-2011
[QUOTE=Spray_resistant]In Germany I suppose but AA did nothing at all the 1st 5 rounds and I don't see how he could have won any of them.[/QUOTE] I'm a Taylor fan and Taylor did not win a single round after round 4.

comment by Spray_resistant, on 10-30-2011
[QUOTE=BattlingNelson]Taylor's fight with Abraham was not even at all. AA was way ahead at the time of the stoppage.[/QUOTE] In Germany I suppose but AA did nothing at all the 1st 5 rounds and I don't see how he could have won any of them.

comment by BattlingNelson, on 10-30-2011
[QUOTE=Spray_resistant]Yeah a Taylor battered by Froch in his last fight and a total shell of what he was at his peak, yet was still in an even fight against AA. Oh but he is a euro level fighter and other than shot Taylor only beat fighters like that he is not and will never be world class. S...

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