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 Last update:  11/7/2011       Read more by Miguel Rivera         
   
Nobuhiro Ishida on Canelo-Cintron, Eyes James Kirkland
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By Miguel Rivera

Last week, it was announced overseas that Nobuhiro Ishida (23-6-2, 8 KOs) would face Avtandil “Tornado” Khurtsidze (26-2-2, 17 KOs) for the vacant WBC Silver middleweight title on December 17th in Zaporizhyya, Ukraine.

But on Monday, Canelo Promotions, who handle Ishida, officially announced his appearance on the Saul Alvarez-Kermit Cintron undercard on November 26th in Mexico.

It marks the first ring outing for Ishida since the April shocker where he stopped James Kirkland in the first round of their Las Vegas clash at the MGM Grand.  

According to Canelo Promotions, Ishida is more than willing to grant Kirkland the opportunity of a rematch. Kirkland is once again a hot ticket, after traveling to Mexico on Saturday night to batter Alfrdo Angulo inside of six rounds.

Tags: James Kirkland , Nobuhiro Ishida , Kirkland-Ishida , Kirkland vs Ishida , Khurtsidze-Ishida , Khurtsidze vs Ishida


 

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comment by thuggery, on 04-11-2013
[QUOTE=bose]2 confusing situations. 1 why is Ishida calling out a guy he knocked out? 2 why isn't Kirkland asking for a rematch with Ishida?[/QUOTE] Well Kirkland was completely devastated by Ishida. I mean he took his soul in one round. The featherfisted journeyman knocked him down and out. I...

comment by Hiei, on 04-11-2013
[QUOTE=SixFootGiant]No way Kirkland would lose to Ishida again especially with Wolfe in his corner. I dont think no trainer in boxing brings as much out of their fighter as Wolfe brings out of Kirkland[/QUOTE] you wot mat8?

comment by bose, on 11-08-2011
2 confusing situations. 1 why is Ishida calling out a guy he knocked out? 2 why isn't Kirkland asking for a rematch with Ishida?

comment by SixFootGiant, on 11-08-2011
No way Kirkland would lose to Ishida again especially with Wolfe in his corner. I dont think no trainer in boxing brings as much out of their fighter as Wolfe brings out of Kirkland

comment by xalucardx, on 11-08-2011
[QUOTE=queenzfinest722]Apunchnotseen: Ann Wolfe is a classless thug, but classless thug is all Kirkland understands. Because Ann Wolfe doesn't fit the mold of a typical woman she's a classless thug? drunken_master: Kirkland is a hype job. do i need to say more? he wins one fight and ever...

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