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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.

Corey Erdman hosts The Score on SIRIUS 158.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by DoomCity202 on 07-16-2011

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 fight

Comment 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????

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