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Danny Williams Sets "Farewell Fight" on 5/3 in Frankfurt

By Per Ake Person

Latvia-licensed British heavyweight veteran Danny Williams (45-21) will fight in Frankfurt / Main (Germany) on May 3 in what he says is his farewell fight. Opponent was to have been Boris Estenfelder (4-0) but he is out and now they are looking for a replacement.

"I want to go out with a win," states Williams, who´s had it rough in the last few years fighting all over Europe with losses to guys he would have beaten a few years back.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Sugar Adam Ali on 03-10-2014

Danny vs James toney..... I would watch

Comment by Martian on 03-10-2014

Have met the guy, he is very humble and quite shy in making public speeches. Good luck to him for the future.

Comment by PunchyPotorff on 03-10-2014

Quote: Originally Posted by MrFynest View Post Whatever, he will lose this fight and have a few more fights. He needed to retire 6 years ago. [QUOTE=Bodies in fligh;14314076]He didn't need to do anything. Maybe he needed the money? But…

Comment by Drunk Punch on 03-10-2014

Danny knew he was shot years ago, his punch resistance is virtually zero but he has two daughters at private school, and he fights on to give them the opportunities he never had. A nice guy and one of my…

Comment by TBear on 03-10-2014

Glad he is calling it a career. Wouldn't want to see him hurt in the ring. But I wonder who his comeback opponent will be?

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