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Photo: Matthysse, Abregu Having Wars in The Gym

Argentinian fighters Lucas Matthysse (35-3, 33KOs) and Luis Carlos Abregu (36-1, 29KOs) held nothing back during sparring sessions to prepare for their upcoming fights. Lucas will have a difficult bout against WBC silver super lightweight champion Roberto "Masssa" Ortiz on September 6th , while Luis is fighting on  November 22 in Macau against an opponent yet to be named.

The representative of Abregu, Pablo Martinez said: "They are having hard sparring sessions, and that's very useful for the fight that Carlos will have in Macau."

Both have been working  for several days together in a gym in the town of Junin.

"My mind is totally concentrated on Ortiz and I'm not thinking about any other challenge. I must be fully focused on this match. Each challenge is different, but I always only concentrate on my current opponent. The rest will follow later," Lucas methodically explained.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Weebler I on 07-16-2015

[QUOTE=New England;14895084]this is going to make the fanboys mad, but that is what it is. matthysse is all done. he has absolutely hit and passed his peak. he's on the back nine. youknowlo.[/QUOTE]

Comment by Salim_Shady on 07-16-2015

I think these gym wars may have ruined Abregu. He got destroyed in his next fight vs Sadam Ali

Comment by Tay Roc on 08-29-2014

Hopefully Matty isn't taking punishment and he saves some of the ass-whipping for Ortiz. War Machine

Comment by FerFAL on 08-29-2014

[QUOTE=Tobi.G;14894764]No. Gym wars is what seperates boys from men. Real men do gym-wars while softies do Sissy-Sparring. The great fighters of the past pretty much all did gym-wars.[/QUOTE] Indeed. There's a pretty recent clip in youtube somewhere, one of the…

Comment by Barn on 08-29-2014

Matthysse, until the end.

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