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Krzysztof Zimnoch To Face Oliver McCall on May 18th

By Luke Furman

On May 18th, Polish heavyweight prospect Krzysztof Zimnoch (14-0-1, 11 KOs) will face former WBC world champion Oliver McCall (56-12, 37 KOs). This will be Zimnoch's first eight round bout and takes at Arena Hall in Legionowo, Poland. McCall, 47-years-old, has one of the best chins in heavyweight boxing and has never been stopped. In his last fight, he lost a decision to Francesco Pianetta, who challenges Wladimir Klitschko on May 4th. Although he is far along in age, the fight presents a big test for Zimnoch.

Luke Furman covers boxing for bokser.org

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by paulf on 04-10-2013

Oliver Mccall? Everyone keep an eye on your wallets.

Comment by joe strong on 04-10-2013

at the end of the day mccall is 47 & if zimnoch can't get past him then he isn't much of a prospect. mccall is better then most 47 year olds but these are tests that the pole has to…

Comment by molinari on 04-10-2013

[QUOTE=Thickback;13230060]Was hoping I read Oliver McCall Jr.....(not sure if he even has kids tho..lol)[/QUOTE] McCall Jr fights on the same card.

Comment by Thickback on 04-10-2013

Was hoping I read Oliver McCall Jr.....(not sure if he even has kids tho..lol)

Comment by Freedom. on 04-10-2013

I think Zimnoch is better than Wawrzyk. He has good technical skills and will never be an easy fight for anyone.

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