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 Last update:  2/10/2012       Read more by Ryan Burton         
   
Austin Trout Will Help Macklin Defeat Sergio Martinez
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By Ryan Burton

BoxingScene.com has been advised by WBA "regular" junior middleweight champion Austin Trout that he will traveling to New York to help Mathew Macklin get ready for his HBO televised fight against middleweight beltholder Sergio Martinez, which takes place on March 17th at New York's Madison Square Garden.

"I am going to New York for a month to train with Macklin. He is getting ready to fight Martinez so I am going to help him out and it will help keep me sharp. I am going to be primed and ready," said Trout.

Trout, who is a southpaw like Martinez, is hoping to have his next fight finalized soon. The 5'10" Trout last fought in November when he knocked out Frank LoPorto in 6 rounds. Trout also told Boxingscene.com that he is aiming for an April ring return.

Send questions or comments to ringsidewriter@gmail.com Follow Ryan on Twitter @ringsidewriter and tune in to The Boxing Lab, Boxingscene's official audio on Tuesdays. The show is hosted by Ernie Gabion, Luis Sandoval and Ryan BurtonTags: Sergio Martinez , Matthew Macklin , Martinez-Macklin , Martinez vs Macklin


 

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comment by pottman85, on 02-20-2012
Trout really hasnt been tested not cuz he doesnt want to be but cuz other fighters dont see him as a big name so dismiss his atheletism and confuse his skill as popularity. Its really kinda bummer i think he might not dominate the elite but darn sure can hang with em.

comment by Alpha & Omega, on 02-10-2012
I am not a betting man, but I think regardless of what Macklin does, he is going to take a good Irish beating on St. Patty's day lol. I am no Sergio fan trust me, but Macklin I just cannot see winning. Maybe I end up being wrong but I see Sergio stopping him in late rounds or getting a UD.

comment by Hamaru, on 02-10-2012
Ouch. Trout knows Martinez very well and forced him to take a break when they were sparring. This may save Chavez from that fight.

comment by mushahadeen, on 02-10-2012
If he can't beat a guy like Sergio Martinez, he should retire.

comment by nycsmooth, on 02-10-2012
nice jesture but Trout needs 2 do something 2 establish himself as an elite champ, which he hasn't done, maybe fight a valid contender not Lopez or LoPorto...

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