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 Last update:  6/28/2012       Read more by Bill Kozloff         
   
Kotelnik is Already Planning To Return To The Ring
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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.

Tags: Andriy Kotelnik



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comment by Light_Speed, on 06-30-2012
[QUOTE=macman]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 names currently looking to make headline...

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 robbed in that one

comment by LarryXXX, on 06-30-2012
[QUOTE=Camp Beast]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 but he won with more activity. I think Froch would seriously hurt Joe i...

comment by MJ223, on 06-30-2012
Not expecting much from him with the time off and his age...... But wouldn't mind watching

comment by daggum, on 06-30-2012
[QUOTE=AndNewChampion]Froch is slightly less than Kessler. Joe would abuse Froch, 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. He defeated Abraham pretty well but so did D...

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