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Denis Boytsov Starts Training For February Return

By Ruslan Chikov

Unbeaten heavyweight contender Denis Boytsov (31-0, 25 KOs) has started training for his next ring return, reportedly taking place on February 9th in Hamburg, Germany - but that has yet to be confirmed. Boytsov has been out of the ring since last April and had elbow surgery which he had in November. The Russian fighter is still officially promoted by Universum Box-Promotion. Boytsov has been putting in work with such fighters as Manuel Charr and Denis Bakhtov. Denis is training under Ouvena Riaz, who worked as an assistant coach, part-time at Universum.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by dan_cov on 01-13-2013

[QUOTE=yoz;12913754]This guy is a joke. I foolishly saw potential in him a few years ago, but like every other 'undefeated' fighter in the HW division, he has no ambition. He'll just continue fighting bums/shot fighters to pad out his record.[/QUOTE]…

Comment by yoz on 01-13-2013

This guy is a joke. I foolishly saw potential in him a few years ago, but like every other 'undefeated' fighter in the HW division, he has no ambition. He'll just continue fighting bums/shot fighters to pad out his record.

Comment by joe strong on 01-13-2013

i hope he breaks away from universum. they could bury him...

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