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 Last update:  9/3/2012       Read more by Inna Lagun         
   
Chagaev Says No Tyson Fury Fight Until New Team Found
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By Inna Lagun, Allboxing.ru

Former WBA heavyweight champ Ruslan Chagaev (30-2-1, 19KOs) is satisfied with his seventh round TKO of Werner Kreiskott (12-19), which took place on the Felix Sturm-Daniel Geale undercard on Saturday night in Oberhausen.

Undefeated British boxer Tyson Fury (19-0, 14KOs) would like a piece of Chagaev, but the former champion doesn't feel this is possible at the moment. Chagaev is still without a trainer and the boxer is having some trouble putting together a new team.

"As I've said, this is a great opponent and to fight him I would need a solid preparation with a good team. Finding professionals in the shortest amount of time is my immediate task," Chagaev said.

Tags: Ruslan Chagaev , Tyson Fury



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comment by chocolate, on 09-03-2012
Chagaev might aswell go with Fritz Sdunek and k2 promotions. Vitali is nearly finished with the rumours he will quit after Charr so Sdunek might want a heavyweight replacement and K2 will need to fill the space up.

comment by joe strong, on 09-03-2012
can't fault him for that! the guy does need a solid team behind him & a good promoter. i'm surprised he doesn't sign with sauerland. they seem to keep their heavyweights busy.

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