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 Last update:  4/23/2014       Read more by Mike Coppinger         
   
John Jackson Gets Big Test in Andy Lee For 6/7 PPV
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By Mike Coppinger

The Miguel Cotto-Sergio Martinez HBO PPV card is set.

It was announced that John Jackson will face Andy Lee in a junior middleweight bout on the PPV telecast. Lee has been competing at middleweight and will come down for the opportunity.

The other fights on the telecast will be Yuri Foreman-Jorge Melendez and Marvin Sonsona vs. Wilfredo Vazquez Jr.

Andy Lee is a big step-up in class for Jackson, 25, but his promoter Sampson Boxing is confident that this fight will catapult him in a strong junior middleweight division.

"Just like his father Julian "The Hawk" Jackson, John has knockout power and if he connects I can't see this fight going the distance," Sampson Boxing EVP Nathan Lewkowicz told BoxingScene.com on Wednesday. "This is a great undercard fight and a true test for John Jackson. If he wins we expect big things for him in the future."

Jackson's last televised fight also came underneath a Sergio Martinez pay-per-view bout, a loss to Willie Nelson in a supporting bout to Martinez-Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. However, it was a close bout, with Jackson losing 96-94 on two cards.

John Jackson is 18-1 with 15 KOs.

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comment by Nyboxfan1, on 04-24-2014
Honestly, id rather see Andy Lee vs John Jackson than Lee vs Willie Nelson. That guy stunk out the joint the last time on HBO

comment by makabu101, on 04-24-2014
If HBO wants to keep up with showtime they really need to start stacking these undercards a little bit better...at least make an effort...theyre charging more for ppv than showtime with far more less exciting cards even though they lucked out on the pac/bradley ppv and all the fights were actuall...

comment by Badzi87, on 04-23-2014
[U]B o r i n g . . .[/U]

comment by VIREPRESENT, on 04-23-2014
How do you lose to Willie Nelson? You have the judges F&*K the scores up? It happens right. Jackson won the fight, and there was even a knock down (Nelson's Glove hit the canvass) that didn't get counted, but that doesn't happen in boxing right?!?! John Jackson is the truth, you fool will lear...

comment by sugarsmosley, on 04-23-2014
pumped for boxing... next lucas the next money may froch/groves cotto/sergio life is good

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