Cory Spinks Mulling Move To 160 For Sam Soliman Bout
By Cory Erdman
There is an IBF middleweight eliminator on the table between Sam Soliman (39-11, 17KOs) and Cory Spinks (38-6, 11KOs). Spinks is mulling over a move to middleweight or to remain at 154, but the fight appears close. Both have been inactive over the last few years. Soliman has only fought four times since a 2008 decision loss to Anthony Mundine, while has been in the same category with four fights since a 2008 decision loss to Verno Phillips. The winner of Spinks-Soliman would face the winner of IBO champion Osumanu Adama and Roman Karmazin.
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I really liked Corey at the peak of his career. I wont say anything else about him.Comment by -PANDA- on 07-16-2011
soliman is huge compared to spinks...both have awkward unpleasing styles imho sucky fightComment by Spray_resistant on 07-16-2011
[QUOTE=Thickback;10847989]So 2 inactive wash ups moving up in weight and coming off of losses are in a title eliminator????[/QUOTE] Yeah that I what I am thinking, plenty of better fighters out there for a title eliminator.Comment by Thickback on 07-16-2011
So 2 inactive wash ups moving up in weight and coming off of losses are in a title eliminator????Post a Comment/View More User Comments (4)