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Korobov Returns on Oct. 20, Open To Jonathan Gonzalez

By Rick Reeno

Undefeated middleweight contender Matt Korobov (17-0, 10KOs) will return on October 20th in Texas, according to manager Cameron Dunkin. Due to some visa related issues, Korobov has been inactive since last November. Dunkin wants to push the 29-year-old boxer to the top of his division. One fighter who Dunkin expressed interest in matching Korobov against is fellow unbeaten Jonathan Gonzalez (15-0-1, 13KOs), who last Saturday fought to a twelve round draw with former WBO 154-pound champion Sergei Dzinziruk.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by ddangerous on 09-05-2012

After Saturday night, if I never see Jonathan Gonzales on a major network again it will be too soon. Dude was an absolute disgrace to the sport. Didn't even get up for his HBO debut. Pathetic.

Comment by ny123 on 09-05-2012

2 average fighters being sold as top prospects. Make it happen on ESPN and lets see what happens.

Comment by PRBOXINGCOTTO on 09-04-2012

Gonzalez Will beat him That draw was bull****

Comment by Khmelnytsky on 09-04-2012

[QUOTE=rock on x;12479522]Feel sorry for Korobev. [B]He's been living in the USA for years, prior to the Beijing games[/B]. Why on earth would he want to fight out of Germany. He'll be there. Look at his colleagues from Beijing, Degale,…

Comment by rock on x on 09-04-2012

Feel sorry for Korobev. He's been living in the USA for years, prior to the Beijing games. Why on earth would he want to fight out of Germany. He'll be there. Look at his colleagues from Beijing, Degale, Estrada, Blanco,…

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