Campillo vs Murat IBF Eliminator Likely on October 1

By Per Ake Persson

It now appears that the IBF eliminator at light heavyweight between ex-WBA titlist Gabriel Campillo (21-3, 8KOs) and IBF Intercontinental ruler Karo Murat (24-1, 14KOs) will go ahead on October 1 but where it takes place has not been finalized. Campillo was won two in a row since the controversial decision loss to Beibut Shumenov in their rematch, and Murat has picked up two wins since the TKO loss to Nathan Cleverly last September.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by calamaro on 08-03-2011

Campillo won the first fight and he deserves a rematch with Murat. Hopefully he´ll win this time both in the ring and judges cards and we can see Cloud vs Campillo.

Comment by giacomino on 08-03-2011

Since Shumenov refuses to give him the rematch he deserves, glad to see Campillo getting a meaningful fight. Wish it were in Madrid. But the problem is it will be in Germany again in his opponent's back yard, and he's…

Comment by Ben_London on 08-03-2011

Here is their first fight.

Comment by Bajingo on 08-02-2011

Good to see. I though Campillo was unlucky lo lose the decision in their first fight, and he'll put it right in a rematch (unless he gets shafted again in Germany)

Comment by Kannabis Kid on 08-02-2011

I think so Campillo gave up too many of the early rounds especially in Murats country or do you think Murat won soundly? Explain your view please I think Campillo looked better in that fight and probably would have won…

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