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Photos: Nathan Cleverly Announces Ryan Coyne Bout

LONDON, ENGLAND - Nathan Cleverly poses during a press conference to announce his upcoming WBO Light Heavyweight Championship bout in The United States with Ryan Coyne at Staples Center in Los Angeles, California on Novmber 10th and on Showtime.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by vxrandall on 10-08-2012

the picture at the top says it all. warren fking up clev's career just like everyone else he gets his grubby mitts on. clev has the look of a man that realises just how unpopular he is becoming and is…

Comment by Alx. on 10-08-2012

[QUOTE=chav;12587785]:lol1: What a step up Clev, fighting a guy ranked 73rd. Give the man a round of applause. What a world champ.[/QUOTE] indeed :fing02:

Comment by junior gong on 10-08-2012

What a pointless matchup. What the hell is going on with Clev's career(apart from FW and not very much)?

Comment by daggum on 10-08-2012

i saw coyne fight once against an unknown guy who looked like he was picked out of the crowd and about 40 years old. coyne won a debatable decision. i'm guessing warren and cleverly also saw this fight.

Comment by tripper on 10-08-2012

Is nathan and frank there themselves? Its just sooo gay .

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