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Boytsov vs. Nascimento Bout in Play For Feb. 17th

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According to sources in Germany with sufficient knowledge of the situation, undefeated heavyweight contender Denis Boytsov (31-0, 25 KOs) may return to the ring on February 17th during the show in Schwerin, Germany. The unbeaten Russian will likely face Marcelo Luiz Nascimento (16-4, 14 KOs) of Brazil. The bout is going to be scheduled for 8 or 10 rounds.

Boytsov, who has been inactive since April’s fight against Dominick Guinn, currently trains in Hamburg, Germany, under the watchful eye of his new coach Owen Reese. Nascimento’s last ring appearance took place in June, when he lost to Tor Hamer in a quarter-final of Prizefighter Tournament.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by LacedUp'sDream on 01-25-2013

[QUOTE=joe strong;12953485]too bad this guy can't get better fights. it's hard to say how good he really is. he has some nice wins over tough journeymen but he needs a step up fight. chisora is the gatekeeper in europe so…

Comment by Sparked_26 on 01-25-2013

I remember hearing about this guy back in 2006!

Comment by Earl-Hickey on 01-25-2013

The years roll by and boytsovs career is stuck in the mud Hopefully he gets some traction soon

Comment by fladz on 01-25-2013

I don't think you can even consider Boytsov a contender while he's so far removed from top competition. Universum are killing this guy. Such a shame because he has a great style to watch.

Comment by joe strong on 01-25-2013

too bad this guy can't get better fights. it's hard to say how good he really is. he has some nice wins over tough journeymen but he needs a step up fight. chisora is the gatekeeper in europe so i'd…

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