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Dmitry Sukhotskiy: James Toney Knocks Lebedev Out!

By Ruslan Chikov & Yuri Tarantino, Allboxing.ru

The WBO's #1 ranked light heavyweight, Dmitry Sukhotskiy (18-1, 13KOs) is not backing his Russian countryman on November 4th in Moscow. Sukhotskiy's countryman, Denis Lebedev (22-1, 17KOs), will face former three division world champion James Toney (73-6-3, 44KOs) of the United States.

Even with Lebedev's youth, strength and homefield advantage, Sukhotskiy believes the experience of Toney will push him through - by knockout. Toney is one of the most experienced boxers in the sport, but he's fought at heavyweight since 2003. He weighed 257-pounds, a career high, for his February win over Damon Reed. It may be a struggle for the veteran to make the cruiserweight limit of 200-pounds for Lebedev.

"I think Tony should win by knockout," Sukhotskiy stated when discussing the outcome.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by RoidRage on 10-10-2011

Is it really necessary that we post another fights opinion on who will win vs 2 other fighters

Comment by tostao on 10-10-2011

sillakh-vlasov and glazkov-peter will never happen

Comment by UglyPug on 10-09-2011

Why is Lebedev's FELLOW MEMBER of TSZYU CREW picking against him? This is unacceptable! I see Lebedev winning off aggression and punch output; i know he's not normally a big volume puncher, but he lets the hands go a lot…

Comment by uoykcuf on 10-09-2011

I think thats bull****, who was the last guy that was good that Toney KO'd?

Comment by tostao on 10-09-2011

i don't know sukhoskyi boxing analist , just an overachiever boxer . Ther's trend : some less than average boxers from St. petersburg , russia working with certain manager and promoter get ssuspicious WBO title shots : gennady martirosyan ,…

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