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Photos: Denis Boytsov Back in Training For Return

Heavyweight contender Denis Boytsov (28-0, 23KOs) is back again in training for his next fight after his right hand seems to be fully recovered from another injury he had suffered late last year as beat Mike Sheppard (17-12-1, 9KOs) via KO in 2 rounds. Phoos Inna Lagun.

"I am delighted that this long period of suffering is finally over and that I can do my thing inside the ropes again."

Boytsov won't even rest during the easter holidays as he is eager to regain his shape which made him rise inside the top 5 of the big 4 world sanction bodies.

"My next fight is going to take place in June, either in Germany or the US", with his promoter Klaus-Peter Kohl adding "We are urgent to find the best possible opponent for Denis - he is going to comeback like a thunderbolt".

Michael Ehnert, Boytsov's attending physician, who oversees the healing process states "Denis can punch again with his right hand without worries. He confirmed that he feels no pain, even when delivering his hardest power punch." Boytsov was operated on his right hand for the second time in December of 2010.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by TheGreatA on 04-23-2011

It would be about time we saw him against a capable opponent. Been following him since a long time and thought he would be developed faster. It's not like he's green or anything, he has been a pro for 7…

Comment by Juuza on 04-23-2011

This guy only fights bums or shot fighters.Obviously,he will fight another bum,the guy is an hype job.His boxing skills are average.Look,if he wants to show something,he has to fight someone with a pulse.Peter,Arreola,Austin,otherwise don't bother to bring another fraud made…

Comment by joe strong on 04-22-2011

good to see him back training...who is next i wonder?

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