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 Last update:  9/12/2011       Read more by John Khan         
   
Frankie Gavin, Lynes Take a Pass on Adnan Amar
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By John Khan

The British Boxing Board of Control has announced that Frankie Gavin (11-0, 8KOs) has withrawn from the opportunity to face Adnan Amar (24-1, 7KOs) for the BBBofC English welterweight title. Gavin was nominated for a shot by the BBBoC but promoter Frank Warren made it pretty clear that he does not believe Gavin is ready to face an opponent with the experience of Amar.

The BBBoC also recently announced that Colin Lynes has also taken a pass on facing Amar for the title. The Nottingham champion Amar hopes to fight on October 8th at the Ponds Forge Arena in Sheffield on the Kell Brook vs Rafal Jackiewicz undercard, with no opponent announced so far.

“The last few months have been frustrating, I have seen fights fall through on the day or day before I’m due to fight.” 

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comment by black.ink, on 09-13-2011
Disapointed in Amar's career thus far. He's been inactive the past few years, and hasn't really thought anybody of significance on the domestic scene. Would like to see him mix it with someone like Curtis Woodhouse or Craig Watson to get his name back on the Welterweight scene.

comment by Uncle Rodge, on 09-13-2011
Good move by Fish Eyes. Get that fat little ****er in shape and back down to light welter. The kid's potential to be great is enormous but as McGuiggan pointed out, his potential to be the biggest waste of talent that Britain has ever produced is equally as high. Common Frankie, sort ...

comment by Drunk Punch, on 09-13-2011
He should be fighting at JrWW or LW. He's too fat and out of shape at WW.

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