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Karo Murat Inks With EC Boxing, Back on October 31

By Per Ake Persson

German light heavyweight Karo Murat, last seen in action in October of last year losing to IBF champion Bernad Hopkins, has signed a four-year contract with EC Boxing in Hamburg, writes boxen-heute.de. Murat´s contract with Sauerland Event expired at the end of the year and it wasn´t renewed. Karo will make his debut for EC on October 31. Murat (25-2-1) had previously been trained by Ulli Wegner in Berlin but will now switch camp to Oktay Urkal and Hamburg.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by $BloodyNate$ on 07-29-2014

Murat is duckin' Smoger! :weedbear:

Comment by Bajingo on 07-29-2014

weird how in germany trainers are tied to promoters like that.

Comment by hamada44 on 07-29-2014

Cleverly made murat quit and kovalev smashed cleverly. Haha you lot talk nonsense.

Comment by daggum on 07-29-2014

murat will prove to be a much better fighter than kovalev. great decision by hopkins.

Comment by PittyPat on 07-29-2014

Hopkins rematch, baybay. :box2:

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