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Masternak vs Quinonero Bout Reportedly in The Works

By Per Ake Persson

Polish cruiserweight Mateusz Masternak (27-0, 20KOs) was first lined up to fight Enad Licina on Sauerland Event´s big show in Bamberg on September 15. It was never officially announced though and this matchup has apparently fallen through.
 
Instead, Spanish sources claim it´s a fact that Masternak will face David Quinonero, who is 27-1 (these days the loss have been cleaned out by some sources but back in 2000 Quinonero vs David Blanco was reported as a fully licensed professional boxing match and Quinonero lost).

Quinonero left boxing in 2007 and came back in 2009, and has since won five straight - stopping the likes of Ali Ismailov and Levan Jomardashvili.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by calamaro on 07-27-2012

I follow Quiñonero for years and it´s not true the record was cleaned, he´s 27/0 with 26 kos. Quiñonero can punch, but it´s a bit slow. Good fight, but imo Masternak win.

Comment by Arthur Dayne on 07-27-2012

Good test for Masternak. Quinonero is strong and durable - will Mateusz be the first to stop him?

Comment by dan_cov on 07-27-2012

Masternak by K.O/TKO Quinonero could of maybe been half decent if he had a decent team around him but hes never fought anything with a pulse & his footwork is horrific. I dunno why but it amuses me that he…

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