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Baysangurov Injures His Back, Andrade Fight is Off

WBO Junior Middleweight Champ Zaurbek Baysangurov got injured during his training camp at the Summit Gym (Big Bear, California) and will not be able to defend his title on July 06th in Kyiv.

“I am very disappointed.  My back betrayed me again. Formerly I had to reschedule the fight with Konecny for the same reason. Though I have never been training this hard and I'm in the best shape ever but the pain does not allow me to go on training and I have to submit the cancelation. But I promise to all of the fans that I will be back very soon!!!” – said Baysangurov.

“It is a very bad and unexpected news for us. This show was intended to become a real sensation. We won the purse bids with the considerable amount, prepared the “cool” undercard, plenty of tickets were purchased, the TV rights were sold to 30 countries. But we have to cancel the show and I feel sad about that. It happens in boxing sometimes. I hope Zaur will recover soon and will be able to return to the ring already this year” – said Alexander Krassyuk, Baysangurov’s promoter (K2 Promotions Ukraine)

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Rikanlynx86 on 06-18-2013

Andrade is good but not sure if he really earned that title shot in a true eliminator.

Comment by kiaba360 on 06-18-2013

Goddayum, I'm so sick of this.

Comment by Hougigo on 06-18-2013

It's okay.... Boo Boo bear still gonna bring it

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