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Manuel Charr Back on 4/12, One Eye on Stiverne-Arreola

By Per Ake Persson

The Diamond Boy, Manuel Charr (25-1), returns to action after an injury related layoff on April 12 in Bonn (Germany) against an opponent to be announced. The self promoted Charr holds four (or is it five?) WBC subtitles and is rated # 6 by the WBC and hopes to be able to get a shot at winner of Bermane Stiverne and Chris Arreola.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by yoz on 03-06-2014

He's a ducked man at heavyweight. He sent Vitali in to retirement and had your boy, Haye, running scared, too. Already an ATG. __________________

Comment by yoz on 03-06-2014

[QUOTE=Hougigo;14296692]The true WBC HW champ.... why have a belt when you can have a plate?[/QUOTE] Beat me to it, dammit! :lol1: War Diamond Boy! [IMG]http://wbcboxing.com/wbceng/images/manuel_charr_18.jpg[/IMG]

Comment by FrankieBruno on 03-05-2014

Charr is a legend

Comment by GhostBlade on 03-05-2014

Charr is a bum.

Comment by joe strong on 03-05-2014

he will be considered but I believe mike perez\Bryant Jennings was ordered as a eliminator with charr being behind both of them. wilder fights malik scott for the mandatory slot if I am correct... I can't confirm that though...

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