Denis Boytsov vs Dominick Guinn in Play For April 13th
By Alexey Sukachev
According to sources in Universum Box-Promotions, promising heavyweight force Denis Boytsov (30-0, 25 KOs) of Orel, Russia, will come back to the ring in Cologne, Germany, on April 13th. Boytsov, 26, will square off against American veteran Dominick Guinn (33-8-1, 22 KOs), 36, reportedly over ten rounds. Guinn, who was once regarded as one of the most promising young heavyweights in the world, has lost his two latest fights to undefeated prospects Amir Mansour and Kubrat Pulev but he has never been stopped in his career. WBO #3, WBC/WBA #4 and IBF #5 Boytsov has won his last seven bouts by a kayo.
this is what is wrong with the heavyweight division. This isn't a step up, its treading water to protect a manufactured record until the right payday presents itself. This guy is 30-0, he should be going after guys in the…Comment by joe strong on 03-02-2012
guinn hasn't been in good shape the last 2 fights. he's just a tough gatekeeper these days. gone from a B to a C+ but should be a good test for boytsov. i want to see him get hit hard…Comment by Freedom. on 03-01-2012
[QUOTE=4CornersKid;11843222]A step up, but I'd like to see him fight a Helenius, Chagaev, or even an Adamek.[/QUOTE] Maybe later this year he'll fight a ranked contender. The best opponent Boytsov has fought in the past is the underrated Taras Bydenko,…Comment by 4Corners on 03-01-2012
A step up, but I'd like to see him fight a Helenius, Chagaev, or even an Adamek.Comment by Mikhnienko on 03-01-2012
[QUOTE=Freedom.;11841701]Guinn has never been stopped or even knocked down. Will Boytsov be the first? Guinn is a nice step up from Darnell Wilson, in my opinion. Wilson had lost 6 in a row before the win over Gomez, which was…Post a Comment/View More User Comments (9)