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Audley-Bertino, Rogan-Sosnowski, Walker-Rossy Set

Audley Harrison and Martin Rogan could clash in the semi-finals of the sold out Betfair Prizefighter International Heavyweights III after landing fights in the first two quarter-finals live on Sky Sports.

Rogan kicks off the action against former World title challenger Albert Sosnowski and the winner will face either Harrison or Denmark’s Claus Bertino in the first semi-final.

Brixton’s Ian Lewison faces German Timo Hoffman in quarter-final number three and the winner of that will face either Betfair’s pre-tournament favourite Travis Walker or his fellow American Derric Rossy.

For the latest odds with Betfair, click here: http://www.betfair.com/exchange/boxing/event?id=26963824

Betfair Prizefighter International Heavyweights III draw

Quarter-final one: Martin Rogan v Albert Sosnowski

Quarter-final two: Audley Harrison v Claus Bertino

Quarter-final three: Ian Lewison v Timo Hoffman

Quarter-final four: Travis Walker v Derric Rossy

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by BostonGuy on 02-21-2013

[QUOTE=joe strong;13066978]i think the winner of rossy\walker takes the tourney...they are the 2 best fighters in my opinion...i wish tye fields & sprott were in instead of lewison & bertino[/QUOTE] I'm predicting and rooting for Travis Walker. His boxing skills…

Comment by joe strong on 02-21-2013

i think the winner of rossy\walker takes the tourney...they are the 2 best fighters in my opinion...i wish tye fields & sprott were in instead of lewison & bertino

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