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 Last update:  5/1/2012       Read more by Rick Reeno         
   
Bundrage-Spinks Rematch Heading To Guerrero-Aydin Bill
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By Rick Reeno

The mandatory rematch between IBF junior middleweight champion Cornelius Bundrade (31-4, 18KOs) and ex-beltholder Cory Spinks (39-6, 11KOs) is heading to a date of July 28th in San Jose, California. Bundrage stopped Spinks in five rounds to win the title in August of 2010.

Golden Boy Promotions came out on top at Tuesday morning's purse bid at the IBF's office in New Jersey. Golden Boy entered a winning bid of $211,000 dollars, while Don King was the only other bidder and placed in a bid of $51,000.

The IBF was then advised that Golden Boy is planning to stage the fight on the July date in San Jose, which is headlined by a welterweight clash for the vacant WBC interim-title - with Robert Guerrero moving up by two weight divisions to challenge Selcuk Aydin in a Showtime televised main event.

Tags: Cornelius Bundrage , Cory Spinks



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comment by LarryXXX, on 05-01-2012
spinks.really............

comment by Imatroll, on 05-01-2012
Aydin by KO

comment by onechance87, on 05-01-2012
Why did goldenboy make a purse bid?

comment by SOPH~ REP., on 05-01-2012
Why is 5rd ko a mandatory Bundrage should drop that belt an face top contender (Williams, Molina, Trout, Kirkland and Vanes. Thought Spinks was retired was beaten up and ko'd and had knothing to say then

comment by JKidd2624, on 05-01-2012
[QUOTE=AlwaysOnTop]Alvarez is the king of farces..[/QUOTE] No disagreement from me.

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