Thread: Andre Ward
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Old 01-28-2013, 08:46 PM
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Arrow Andre Ward

This guy seems to be caught in no mans land. He has already taken care of the top competiton at his weight class. He has already easily dispatched of both Froch and Kessler. It seems like his best potential fights would be against middle weights. Martinez, GGG, and Chavez would be good fights for Andre, but are they feasbile? If Andre stays at 168 I just don''t know where he will find good competition. I would love to see a Martinez fight but that just doesn't seem like it's a possiblity. I doubt that Arum would throw Chavez in the ring with Ward. It's too bad but Andre will have to find some top level competition somewhere. Should he move up to light heavyweight? What would you do if you were him?
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