Bouadla Moves Down; N'Dam Update; Ramirez Returns
By Per Ake Persson
Frenchman Medhi Bouadla, formerly the WBO I/C super middleweight ruler, steps down to middleweight and takes on Brazilian veteran Samir Dos Santos Barbosa for the vacant WBA Int´l belt on October 21 in Aulnay-sous-Bous. On the undercard lightweight veteran Brahim Bariz has a final tuneup before challenging Daouda Sow for the national title. Super middleweight Julien Sainte Marie, Bouadla´s chief sparring partner, is also on the bill.
WBA interim middleweight champ Hassan N´Dam is currently talking to his promoter Sebastien Acaries about the renewal of their contract. N´Dam expects to be back in January and there is a title unification coming up against WBA standard king Gennady Golovkin.
Veteran Kai Kauramaki squares off against youngster Timo Laine on October 21 in Pori with the vacant Finnish middleweight title at stake. The undercard features the Selesma brothers, Aki and Sami and cruiserweight Janne Forsman.
Spanish lightweight veteran Angel Hugo "El Tren" Ramirez returns on October 28 in Castellbisbals after the bad loss to Petr Petrov. Opponent is to be announced.
[QUOTE=uglypug;11310207]GOLOVKIN - you got nowhere else to run! N'JIKAM IS COMING TO GET YOU!! You been protecting that title for too long. . . Your days are numbered. . . You better mask the FEAR in your heart before stepping…Comment by Tiozzo on 10-18-2011
N'Dam has to do something about that sloppy defense of his. He got hit much too much in his last fight, he can't let that happen VS Golovkin.Comment by Light_Speed on 10-18-2011
N'Dam gets knocked out. He might be leading on the scorecards at the time of the stoppage though.Comment by giacomino on 10-18-2011
I will believe N'Dam-Golovkin when they get in the ring. Just like Sturm-Golovkin, which should have happened two years agoComment by S.J. II on 10-18-2011
Golovkin-N'Jikam :lol1: The WBA has said this fight "has to happen next" for over 18 months now. N'Jikam is weak, he'll never make a mark.Post a Comment/View More User Comments (6)