Kotelnik is Already Planning To Return To The Ring
By Bill Kozloff, Allboxing.ru
Former junior welterweight champion Andreas Kotelnik (31-4-1, 13KOs), who recently retired, is already planning to return at the end of the year.
Kotelnik, 35-years-old, announced his retirement last month, but now he wants to have a fight before the end of the year. The former champion has been inactive since a close decision loss to Devon Alexander in August 2010.
"I plan to hold a fight this year. Where and when I'm going to fight, I still can not say. There is nothing concrete that I'm able to say about a future opponent," Kotelnik said.
[QUOTE=macman;12292117]Good to have him back - thought he'd quit for good after the Alexander "decision"... Mattyse, Marquez, Morales, all great matchups, but junior-welter is loaded with great matchups & Kotelnik makes a great addition to the mix. Any of the…Comment by Jack Napier on 06-30-2012
get the man a rematch with Alexander the twat before he quit, supposedly he thought about moving up the twat's about to lift a strap off Bailey come back, beat a tuneup guy, then challenge the twat pissed he got…Comment by larryxxx.... on 06-30-2012
[QUOTE=Camp Beast;12287745]If by "outbox" you mean "slap" then yeah he won that battle :lol1: I know it was a controversial decision, but as a BHOP fan I actually had Calslappy winning that one. He didn't have the more effective shots…Comment by MJ223 on 06-30-2012
[B]Not expecting much from him with the time off and his age...... But wouldn't mind watching[/B]Comment by daggum on 06-30-2012
[QUOTE=AndNewChampion;12292108]Froch is slightly less than Kessler. [B]Joe would abuse Froch[/B], too fast, too quick on his feet and Froch would get lost. Remember Froch just beat Taylor, and since then? Froch does not like boxers, he loves brawls like Pascal.…Post a Comment - View More User Comments (24)