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 Last update:  12/28/2013       Read more by Luke Furman         
   
Klitschko Coach Sees Jennings-Szpilka as 50-50 Bout
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By Luke Furman

On January 25th at New York's Madison Square Garden, Artur Szpilka (16-0, 12 KOs) will battle Bryant Jennings (17-0, 9 KOs) in an HBO televised heavyweight battle of undefeateds. A lot of experts have already tabbed Jennings as the favorite to win - but trainer James Ali Bashir, who works with WBO/IBO/WBA/IBF champion Wladimir Klitschko, views the upcoming fight as a very close battle.

"I think this is a very even fight. This fight can be very brutal, very hard and you can't clearly pick a favorite. Probably most will side with Jennings, but in my opinion [Jennings winning the fight] is not [a lock]. For me, this is a classic 50/50 fight," Bashir said.

Luke Furman covers boxing for bokser.org.

Tags: Artur Szpilka , Bryant Jennings , Jennings-Szpilka , Jennings vs. Szpilka


 

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comment by Freedom2014, on 12-28-2013
Neither is experienced, but both are talented and improving young heavyweights. Too bad one has to lose, both have excellent potential. I hope whoever loses will continue to fight on.

comment by Scott Weiland, on 12-28-2013
I like both,I genuinely can't pick one though.both have attributes the other doesn't.Jennings is more of a natural athlete,Szpilka is as tough as they come IMO,has slick offence but questionable defence.again Jennings like Szpilka has been hurt In fights but found a way to win. Both can only i...

comment by richardt, on 12-28-2013
Spitzilla has more power but a weak chin. Tough pick but Jennings is way more talented than the club fighter Spitzilla went life and death with.

comment by Da Machine Doe, on 12-28-2013
I don't think either is very good. I thought Spizka was going to be something, but he has literally not improved at all.

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