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 Last update:  7/24/2013       Read more by Francisco Salazar         
   
Gamboa vs. Redkach Clash Could Produce Fireworks
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By Francisco Salazar

Miguel Vazquez. Antonio DeMarco. Richar Abril.

These are a handful of fighters who have been discussed as possible opponents whom world title belt holder Yuriorkis Gamboa could possibly face later this year.

Including other known lightweights, these are all intriguing bouts for Gamboa. However, there is a lightweight who is not known globally, but could give Gamboa all he could handle.

That fighter is Ivan Redkach.

While some wonder who is Redkach, others may wonder what the Russian-born fighter could give in the ring that would give Gamboa a challenge.

For those who have seen Redkach, the southpaw has an aggressive style, throwing numerous combinations to the head and body. His 12 knockouts in 14 victories reflect what the hard-hitting unbeaten fighter has accomplished.

However, there are those who may question whether Redkach is a serious threat to Gamboa. He has not fought past eight rounds and his most telling victory was in his last bout on February 21st against Sergio Rivera.

Promoter Los DiBella, who promotes Redkach, is confident his fighter can pull off the upset over Gamboa.

The fight may not be far-fetched. DiBella and Gamboa’s promoter, 50 Cent, have done business together in promoting shows. Having their fighters face one another would not be out of the question.

While Gamboa (23-0, 16 KOs) may have the experience factor, he may face a mirror image of himself in Redkach. The Los Angeles resident does hit hard and Gamboa has been on the canvas a number of times throughout his career.

Some media and fans may still not be sold on this fight. However, boxing has seen head-scratching match-ups be put together. If Gamboa-Redkach is ever made, it would not be bad for boxing.

As Larry Merchant has often said, “Boxing is the theatre of the unexpected.”

It just might be in this situation.

Francisco A. Salazar has written for Boxingscene.com since September and has covered boxing in Southern California and abroad since 2000. He also covers boxing for the Ventura County (CA) Star newspaper. He could be reached by email at santio89@yahoo.com or on twitter at FSalazarBoxing

Tags: Yuriorkis Gamboa , Ivan Redkach



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comment by Russian Crushin, on 07-24-2013
Gamboa should be sitting with Ryan Braun anyway.

comment by SaldanaCC, on 07-24-2013
Lets be honest who the f**k has boa gone against????!!!! Whoever this guy is can give boa a run for his money just like the last two no-namers did boa hasnt looked good in a while plus his match-ups are gettin more and more far from the best guys in the sport at an around his weight!!!!!!!

comment by lopez36, on 07-24-2013
??? Reading this article just confused me

comment by trufightfanatic, on 07-24-2013
Gamboa is a phenominal talent in the ring, he just gets stuck in between styles at times. He defense to offense and vise versa doesnt flow very well at times. He is very explosive when he choses to be tho. To u guys talking down on his opposition, remember a few fights ago he d Daniel ponce de le...

comment by CubanGuyNYC, on 07-24-2013
[QUOTE=Mikhnienko]He's from Ukraine. How hard is it to get that right if you're writing a damn article about the guy?[/QUOTE] This many years after the fall of communism, everyone's still "Russian." SMH Embarrassing journalistic faux pas....

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