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Photos: Joan Guzman Training For November Comeback

Brooklyn, New York - Former champion Joan Guzman (30-0-1, 17KOs) is training at Gleason's Gym for a November ring return. Guzman has been inactive since last December's fight with Jason Davis. In a fight scheduled for 140 [give or take a pound], Guzman came in at 144.5-pounds. It wasn't the first, second or third time where Guzman was overweight on the scale. But, he promises that a "new Guzman" is going to appear on November 18th in the Dominican Republic, when he faces Armando Robles (17-1-1, 9KOs). The fight is slated for 140-pounds and Guzman has already squeezed himself close to 150, with a little less than a month to go before the weigh-in. Photos by Jose Zabala.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by EdMon917 on 10-20-2011

If he does plan to try and earn himself a shot at a title at 140 or 147 pounds, then I think we will see someone hand him his first L. He had some much potential, but in my opinion…

Comment by Nonitard on 10-20-2011

if a has been like this can make a come back and win, this should inspire Paul Williams...lol hope he's over getting b*tchslapped by Lara

Comment by Light_Speed on 10-20-2011

Biggest waste of talent in recent years.

Comment by Einstien on 10-20-2011

[QUOTE=BIGPOPPAPUMP;11317472]Brooklyn, New York - Former champion Joan Guzman (30-0-1, 17KOs) is training at Gleason's Gym for a November ring return. Guzman has been inactive since last December's fight with Jason Davis. In a fight scheduled for 140 [give or take…

Comment by PACnPBFsuck on 10-20-2011

Guzman's strength and conditioning coach has him on the right path, he seems more focused than before.

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