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Jack Asis Faces Arief Blader on March 14 in Toowoomba

superstar, Jack ‘The Assassin’ Asis (29 wins (18KO) 15 losses and 5 draws) today announced that he will take on tough Indonesian workhorse, Arief Blader (20 wins (7KO) 12 losses and 1 draw) on ‘Smithy brings the big fights 6’ bill. Asis, who has featured on majority of the big fights’ cards, brought the house down last time out in a very controversial majority draw. According to his trainer/manager, the man known as the “Smiling Assassin” has learnt a lot from his last fight and is ready for the worlds best.

“Jack is ready to fight the best in the world. I believe he is one of the best in the world and we are willing to fly all over the globe for a shot at a title,” said Asis’ promoter/manager and trainer, Brendon Smith.

“Arief is the right fight to prep Jack for another chance at a big title and I’m glad he can showcase his skills in front of his adopted home town of Toowoomba once again. Last time out we were hard done by, but that’s part of boxing, Jack has learned from that and has vowed and declared that he won’t make the same mistake twice.”

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by UTEP on 02-16-2014

[QUOTE=eddiefutch;14240056]Huh?What?Jack asses vs Aweak bladder?[/QUOTE] :lol1: :lol1:

Comment by eddiefutch on 02-15-2014

Huh?What?Jack asses vs Aweak bladder?

Comment by uncommon on 02-15-2014

"Jack Asis Faces Arief Blader on March 14 in Toowoomba" Should read: Jack Ass Feces Brief Bladder Piss on March 14 in Poowoomba

Comment by UTEP on 02-15-2014

Is this jack ass ever going to fight for a title?

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