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Fres Oquendo Back in The Heavyweight Hunt on 2/15

By Luke Furman

Heavyweight veteran Fres Oquendo (35-7, 23KOs), 39-years-old, returns on February 15th at the Horseshow Casino in Hammond, Indiana. After bein in active in 2011, Oquendo stepped in the ring three times in 2012. He defeated heavyweight trialhorse Travis Fulton by way of a second round disqualification in March, then came back in May to stop veteran Joey Abell in the ninth round, and then put away Robert Hawksin in seven rounds.

Luke Furman covers boxing for bokser.org

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Freedom . on 01-01-2013

Oquendo should cash out against a good up-and-coming heavyweight like Tyson Fury, Bryant Jennings, Vyacheslav Glazkov, Deontay Wilder, or David Price. I'd like to see the up-and-comers take out the trash from the heavyweight division.

Comment by jreckoning on 01-01-2013

[quote=joe strong;12878620]he seems to have troubles getting meaningful fights & when he does he seems to come up just short[B] or is on the wrong end of a questionable decision.[/B] he was one fight away from an eliminator a couple…

Comment by joe strong on 01-01-2013

he seems to have troubles getting meaningful fights & when he does he seems to come up just short or is on the wrong end of a questionable decision. he was one fight away from an eliminator a couple years…

Comment by Tuavale on 01-01-2013

Who is he fighting GhettoWhopper?

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