Kessler Receives Huge Offer To Face Magee in Oct/Nov
By Per Ake Persson
Danish Hall of Fame promoter Mogens Palle has offered Mikkel Kessler (45-2, 34KOs) $1 million USD net plus $50,000 USD in training expenses to fight WBA interim-super middleweight champion Brian Magee (36-4-1, 25KOs) in late October or early November.
At stake will be the WBA regular title left vacant by Karoly Balzsay, who is sidedlined with injuries.
Team Magee have been given permission from the WBA to choose any opponent from the Top 15 in the current ratings. Kessler fought his last fight at light heavyweight but came in just above the super middleweight limit and should be able to make 168 without any problems.
[QUOTE=jodie;12459634]u r a twat. magee deserves to be champ- shut u up then :*******:[/QUOTE] not a twat, a troll, under his 3rd or 4th alt.Comment by jodie on 08-28-2012
[QUOTE=horaceharter;12440125]Kesslers deserves a much better opponent than the average Magee. Unless Kessie is making millions why stoop so low as to fight a class C fighter like Magee?:feedback:[/QUOTE] u r a twat. magee deserves to be champ- shut u up…Comment by jodie on 08-28-2012
magee deserves to be where he is. fought and won while on the road. magee will be winning the regular belt and see what people will say then.... bunch of tossers yeComment by ShoulderRoll on 08-20-2012
[QUOTE=Clegg;12439709]It's a shame that Kessler and Dirrell are both in the mix to face Magee rather than to face one another.[/QUOTE] Exactly. Kessler vs. Dirrell in Denmark would be a great fight. Instead we are stuck with Brian f*cking Magee.Comment by horaceharter on 08-20-2012
Kesslers deserves a much better opponent than the average Magee. Unless Kessie is making millions why stoop so low as to fight a class C fighter like Magee?:feedback:Post a Comment - View More User Comments (29)