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Old 09-08-2012, 07:23 AM
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i dont see that happening right now. both kessler and abraham are big money fighters boxing under the same banner. 168 is stacked and if either one of them loses again at this point they will drop alot in worth. both will likely retire soon so it makes more sense for sauerland to make a few more big fights against other oposition (again, theres plenty of big fights out there) and if one of them loses or is on the verge of retirement you can make kessler-abraham then.

that way both fighters keep their value for now and the fight wont go nowhere anyways, if they fight now the loser will be close to irrelevant and sauerland lose out on alot of revenue that could be made against lesser oposition. look at the money kessler generates fighting freakin allan green. and if one of them loses to someone else kessler-abraham will still do alright.

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