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Photos: David Tua Continues Working Hard For Ustinov

AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND - Heavyweight contender David Tua is congratulated by Raymond Olubowale during a tough sparring session at the David Tua Gym on in Auckland, New Zealand. Tua is training ahead of the David v Goliath boxing match with the much taller and much heavier Alexander Ustinov, scheduled for November 16th at the Claudelands Arena in Hamilton. Tua, 40-years-old, has been inactive since an August 2011 upset decision loss to Monte Barrett. Ustinov is one fight removed from a TKO defeat to the dangerous Kubrat Pulev.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by kardsufur on 11-02-2013

[QUOTE=lenz;13895873]dont focus on the pics, just watch him TKO ustinov november 16, UMA LE CASE... go to europe and grab the belt...who next[/QUOTE] Ustinov is gonna euthanize this decrepit old corpse

Comment by lenz on 11-02-2013

[QUOTE=richardt;13889890]Is he fuking kidding?????!!!!!!!!!!! The pictures have to be of Tua's grandfather!!!!!!!!!!![/QUOTE] dont focus on the pics, just watch him TKO ustinov november 16, UMA LE CASE... go to europe and grab the belt...who next

Comment by kardsufur on 11-02-2013

good lord he looks 85 years old in some of those pics

Comment by lenz on 11-02-2013

DAVID TUA right now, trust me... will be the next heavyweight CHAMP after he TKO USTiINOV... TUAMAN is gona take the belt from europe and bring heavyweight back to life... FAAMALOSI UCE...

Comment by richardt on 10-31-2013

[QUOTE=Ulver;13890243]He's 40 years old -- what do you want him to look like, 20?[/QUOTE]Yeah, okay, keep joking! He looks 50! FYI - 40 is grandpa age!

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