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 Last update:  6/27/2012       Read more by Edward Chaykovsky         
   
Barrett: David Haye Can't Help Shane Cameron Win
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By Edward Chaykovsky

Heavyweight contender Monte Barrett (35-9-2, 20KOs) is not worried about his upcoming opponent, Shane Cameron (28-2, 21KOs), becoming a sparring partner for former heavyweight champion David Haye, who faces Dereck Chisora on July 14th. In 2008, Haye stopped Barrett in five rounds.

Barrett-Cameron takes place on July 5th at the Sky City Convention Centre in Auckland, New Zealand. He hopes Haye doesn't bust up Cameron too bad.

"That doesn't make a difference. Desperate people do desperate things. If he wants to go over there and get beat up by Haye for three weeks, by all means let him. I just hope Haye leaves a little bit for me," Barrett told the New Zealand Herald.

Tags: David Haye , Monte Barrett , Shane Cameron , Cameron-Barrett , Cameron vs Barrett


 

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comment by taansend, on 06-27-2012
Easy win for Barrett. The best boxer from New Zealand is equal to the 1,000th boxer from New York (no disrespect meant to New Zealand whose talents lie more in Rugby)

comment by BostonGuy, on 06-27-2012
I think Monte will win this fight. Stylistically he's a better boxer, he's bigger and he's got more experience than Cameron..

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