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 Last update:  10/8/2012       Read more by Boxing Clever         
   
McEwan, Valentine, Vaughan, Masnouri: Prizefighter 11/3
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Middleweights contenders Craig McEwan (21-2, 10KOs), Curtis Valentine (5-2, 4KOs), Peter Vaughan (6-1-1, 1KO) and Navid Mansouri (8-0-1, 3KOs) have been announced by promoter Eddie Hearn as first four of the eight participants in the final Prizefighter tournament of 2012, taking place on November 3rd at York Hall in London.

"On the back of a great Prizefighter in Liverpool, we are going to have eight hungry guys lining up for the big prize in east London," said Matchroom promoter Eddie Hearn.

"Craig gave Andy Lee one hell of a fight in March 2011 and he'll be wanting to get back to that level quickly. Curtis showed he has some serious power by beating Aston, Mansouri is an unbeaten man ready to step-up to title level and Peter is a big ticket seller with a lot of heart who loves a tear-up so fireworks are guaranteed."

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comment by anonymous2.0, on 10-08-2012
If I was on the McEwan PR team, I would stay away from the Lee fight. There's something to be said about you if you dominate a guy over 11 rounds, fail to knock him out, and gas out on the final round. McEwan basically let Lee pull the Homer Simpson strategy and Lee just knocked an exhausted McEw...

comment by dan_cov, on 10-08-2012
Getting a bit tired of Prizefighter myself with all these rubbish prospects with zero power though McEwan is at least reasonable. It used to be appealing because they would put guys in who were vulnerable and could crack and actually could sell tickets. The four to follow are going to be s...

comment by D-MiZe, on 10-08-2012
McEwan's spent the past year over here and has wasted his time fighting opponents far, far inferior to himself. I guess the entrance into Prizefighter is just to earn some money but he really needs to be getting the best fights possible. Who's promoting McEwan?

comment by Clegg, on 10-08-2012
Despite his defeats I think McEwan is a level above these tournaments. It's basically a kind of boxing where the best fighter is less likely to win than would be the case in a full distance fight. But maybe he's had difficulty getting some of the other British middleweights into the ring or some...

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