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Chad Dawson Inks Agreement With Al Haymon

By Rick Reeno

BoxingScene.com has confirmed that former WBC light heavyweight champion Chad Dawson (31-3, 17KOs) is the latest fighter to sign an agreement with powerful adviser Al Haymon.

Sam Watson, who works closely with Haymon, confirmed the signing to BoxingScene.

Dawson, a promotional free agent, is looking to regroup after losing back to back fights, by knockout, to Andre Ward and Adonis Stevenson. Dawson has been out of the ring since last June's loss to Stevenson.

At 31-years-old, Dawson believes he is young enough and has plenty of time to get his career back to the top.

In the last few weeks, Haymon also added Stevenson and top welterweight contender Luis Collazo to his stable.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by New England on 03-08-2014

pretty sure most of dawson's brains leaked out of his ears immediately following the ward fight.

Comment by hrt3333 on 03-08-2014

If Dawson never took that fight with Ward at 168 and the ref let him continue against Pascal and Stevenson (in Canada against Canadian fighters), his career could be completely different. I'm not trying to say he was robbed, I'm…

Comment by koolbreez12 on 03-08-2014

[QUOTE=radioraheem;14303006]Stop with the insults moron. Your first reply was idiotic, and then this one is idiotic as well. I posted that reply before you posted it (meaning that I was in the process of replying but seconds earlier you posted…

Comment by Sugar Adam Ali on 03-08-2014

Dawson is damaged goods and I don't really understand why he would want Dawson. Only thing I can see is that he is gonna feed Dawson to Stevenson in a rematch.. It will be a semi big fight and allow…

Comment by Mr. Philadel on 03-08-2014

[QUOTE=Trudoe;14303769]Big up mon like Al PAYmon! All he does is get da mondem paid!! Bahahaa Half y'all gunna be like "whaaat?" but da mondem will understand me. Real spit doe! Big up Al![/QUOTE] :lol1::lol1::fing02:

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