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Grant vs Botha Headlines Card on November 19th

In Johannesburg South Africa on the 19th of November, a battle of veterans will take place between Francois ‘White Buffalo’ Botha and the hard-hitting Michael Grant. The American boxer, Grant, boasts a highly impressive record of 45 wins with 37 KOs against only four losses. Former world heavyweight champion Botha himself has an outstanding record of 50 wins against only 5 defeats. Grant vs. Botha will headline the show.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by mshap on 09-23-2011

now, THERE'S aonther fight between two middle aged geezers that we've all been dying to see! -- why doesn't the HW division create an old-timers circuit like golf?

Comment by joe strong on 09-23-2011

This could be for the vacant WBF title(always been based out of south Africa).Holyfield vacated it yesterday.

Comment by joe strong on 09-23-2011

[QUOTE=Freedom.;11194877]Grant still has something left, but old Botha should retire. Grant will win by KO.[/QUOTE] Actually Botha still has something left. He ain't getting no world title shot but can still be competitive. He was beating Holyfield until he got…

Comment by Medved on 09-23-2011

What is this? 1987?

Comment by Freedom. on 09-23-2011

Grant still has something left, but old Botha should retire. Grant will win by KO.

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