Jan Zaveck-Paul Delgado To Clash on February 18
By Per Ake Persson
Media in Slovenia have issued reports that the opponent for IBF welterweight champ Jan Zaveck, 30-1-1, on February 18 in Ljubljana will be American Paul Delgado, 25-9-1. Delgado has compiled five straight wins during 2010 but isn´t included in the IBF's December 2010 ratings. It´s the third defence by Zaveck of the title he won in December 2009. Delgado has lost every time that he managed to step up in competition, including defeats to JoJo Dan, Vitaliy Demyanenko Demetrius Hopkins and Said Ouali.
[QUOTE=vxrandall;10045094]more of a warrior than mosley? really? any of that crack left or u smoke it all?[/QUOTE] Mosley wasn't interested. This fight is just a boxing showcase for the Slovene people since the Randall Bailey bout didn't happen as planned.…Comment by vxrandall on 02-01-2011
[QUOTE=Freedom!;10043170] Jan Zaveck is more of a warrior than any American welterweight. He wasn't afraid to go to Africa where he won the title with an impressive KO.[/QUOTE] more of a warrior than mosley? really? any of that crack left…Comment by giacomino on 02-01-2011
I respect Zaveck for his wins, and he needed to beat Jackiewicz (I thought Zaveck won the first bout). But this is a turd of a "title defense." Simple as that. For whatever reason, for whatever excuse people can make,…Comment by paulf on 02-01-2011
[QUOTE=Sweet Jesus;10044470]My Germany comment was referring to Europe's love for tomato cans. Jan Zaveck is Slovenian, like you. I'd be surprised to see Zaveck accept a Malignaggi fight.[/QUOTE] Since Zavec made his first defense, he's been looking to make a…Comment by cleaner147 on 02-01-2011
[QUOTE=Sweet Jesus;10043104]The quality of American boxing vs. what goes on in Europe is mind boggling. Andre Berto is a coward for fighting Collazo, Quintana, and now maybe Victor Ortiz. Dejan Zaveck holds a legitimate belt and he fights Rodolfo Ezeqiuel…Post a Comment - View More User Comments (19)