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Michael Katsidis, Brendon Smith Are Now Back Together

Michael Katsidis “The Great” has reunited with long time trainer and manager Brendon Smith. The former 2 time WBO world lightweight champion who has been in the ring with greats such as Juan Manuel Marquez, Robert Guerrero, Juan Diaz and many more under the bright lights of Las Vegas has signed a two year deal with the man he achieved so much with, Brendon Smith.

The pair resigned Christmas eve after a split two years ago. Training has commenced and they are working towards a March date for their return together. Further announcements to be made soon.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by CJ_Ross on 01-03-2014

Kastidas is a bag of hot air in a desert

Comment by lutenco on 01-03-2014

He has to stay retired if he thinks to fight like in the past,with SMITH he will be the same action fighter/brawler and at this point means too risky seriously;he has to change mentality to earn some money again without…

Comment by .:: JSFD26 ::. on 01-03-2014

It was a clear sign that Katsidis is done when he fought that one black dude and lost. [SIZE="1"][I]Posted from Boxingscene.com App for Android[/I][/SIZE]

Comment by chargerhemi06 on 01-03-2014

Dude is gonna end up a vegetable. He takes too many punches. I hope he learns to move his head.

Comment by antonio bando on 01-03-2014

Guerrero and Diaz are " greats" ?? Hahahaha

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