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Chris John Will Defend WBA Featherweight Title on 9/29

By Osman Rodriguez

BoxingScene.com has been advised that WBA featherweight champion Chris John (47-0-2, 22KOs) will defend his title on September 29th in Singapore. The opponent has yet to be announced. John, who seems like he's been around forever, is only 32-years-old. He makes the 17th defense of his title which he captured in 2003.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Thurman on 07-25-2012

That guy is weak. I'd rather watch a Gamboa fight any day.

Comment by EAAE on 07-25-2012

[QUOTE=nwo riggs;12371489]because he shamelessly ducked the dragon, who is the real p4p champ. Everyone @ feather knows the deal. They are at the mercy of the dragon, he does what he wants, when he wants.[/QUOTE] LOL you were almost not…

Comment by -DSG- on 07-25-2012

chris john makes joe calzaghe look like carl froch when it comes to opponents

Comment by EAAE on 07-25-2012

[QUOTE=moochi;12370428]he's a true gun, the issue is that yanks don't like ppl who aren't from there area in general...with pacman being an exception and it took him a while too, thanks to him being very explosive and KO'ing other champs...…

Comment by Mr Randy Watson on 07-25-2012

[QUOTE=liraj;12370916]Why isn't John getting any U.S. exposure anymore? Goldenboy promoted him for a couple fight's then he just fell off the map. Chris John's been the WBA superchamp for 8 year's. Gamboa was the 'interim' WBA champ a couple year's…

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