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BJ Flores Slams Lateef Kayode: You Ducked Me Too!

By Ryan Burton

Team Ryan Coyne and Team Lateef Kayode spent the better part of Sunday going back and forth ripping each other. The two camps, along with BJ Flores feuded on BoxingScene a few months back.

On Sunday Kayode's manager ripped Team Coyne for choosing Dave McNemar as a replacement for Guillermo Jones who pulled out of their fight scheduled June 25th.

Coyne's advisor fired back by saying that Kayode isn't a ticket seller and said that Kayode ducked WBO champion Marco Huck.

Flores had previously lobbied for a fight with Kayode and said that Kayode received a gift decision versus Nick Iannuzzi. 

After reading Sunday's back and forth action Flores decided to jump back in the fray.

Flores told BoxingScene,"Forget the fact that he (Kayode) ducked Marco Huck! He ducked me! I tried to fight Kayode and they just wanted to talk about me being a  racist! That is too funny."

Flores is scheduled to face Iannuzzi on July 23rd. Flores feels that the Florida based Iannuzzi did more than enough to get the win over Kayode when they faced each other in February. 

"So, I'm taking on the guy who really beat Kayode since he is not interested in a fight with me," said a laughing Flores.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Lac'em up on 06-20-2011

Bj flores is a total bum. This guy is a hell of a boring fighter and talks so much crap. Problem is he can't back it up.

Comment by -2 Scrappy- on 06-20-2011

How can you claim people are ducking you when you only fight once year especially after your punk ass just got trashed by danny green for god sake.

Comment by UglyPug on 06-20-2011

lol how come nobody comments on cruiserweight fights? I like that these guys are talking some trash - bring some attention to a historically shallow, weak, and overall "unpopular" division.

Comment by RINGG on 06-20-2011

Flores had promise once but until he becomes an active fighter again, he will not have any credibilty. This one fight a year is the recipe for failure.

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