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Manuel Charr Signs With Felix Sturm's Promotional Outfit

By Ruslan Chikov

Last month, undefeated heavyweight prospect Manuel Charr (16-0, 8KOs) announced that he parted ways with his promotional company Universum. Charr, 26-years-old, was last seen in the ring in December, winning an eight round majority decision over veteran Zack Page. It's being reported in Germany that Charr signed a promotional deal with Felix Sturm's Promotion in Cologne. It came as no surprise since Charr often trains in the area.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by cleaner147 on 02-09-2011

[QUOTE=Who are you?;10082388]Charr is a decent B level heavyweight with room to improve. Keep in mind he is young and has a lot of time to hone his skill. He's a very tough boxer. His record is 14-0 (7), but…

Comment by Who are you? on 02-09-2011

Charr is a decent B level heavyweight with room to improve. Keep in mind he is young and has a lot of time to hone his skill. He's a very tough boxer. His record is 14-0 (7), but dont be…

Comment by cleaner147 on 02-09-2011

[QUOTE=LarryX2011;10080738]felix sturm cant even promote himself...so this will be the last we hear of this guy i guess with sturm leading his career[/QUOTE] no man, hes doing a really good job. hes promoting his fighters very well. [QUOTE=southpaw_07;10081549]Manuel Charr is…

Comment by Freedom. on 02-09-2011

Manuel Charr is a quality gatekeeper type of heavyweight. He's not good enough to ever win a world title or even be a serious contender, but he'll never be an easy fight for anyone.

Comment by southpaw_07 on 02-09-2011

Manuel Charr is a terrible bum, even such a limited fighter as Tyson Fury would make a number of him, I watched Charr's 3-4 last fights and it was horrible to watch, he's fighting like a guy with a 0-50…

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