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Photos: Tua, Ustinov Go Face To Face in New Zealand

AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND - Samoan-born heavyweight contender David Tua, standing barely at 5'10, and his opponent Alexander Ustinov of Russia, who stands at 6'8, went face to face for the media during a press conference at DUCO Events on August 5 in Auckland, New Zealand. David Tua and Alexander Ustinov will meet in the Pan African Heavyweight Title clash at Claudelands Arena on August 31st.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by PittyPat on 08-05-2013

Sayyyy, Ustinov actually [i]doesn't[/i] look 300lbs here. :lol1:

Comment by Ulver on 08-05-2013

[QUOTE=panicchaser;13619050]Not necessarily. Only thing Ustinov is gonna give Tua is a kinked nekk for lookin' up at his chin all nite long, n if that ain't incentive to put him away early, i don't know wat is. Tua's got a…

Comment by paulf on 08-05-2013

Everyone involved looks embarrassed

Comment by joe strong on 08-05-2013

[QUOTE=Hayehammer;13619624]You sure its wladimir and not Vitali? I wonder what is taking so long to make vitali vs stiverne?[/QUOTE] No it was wladimir. It was the first i read of it. Maybe the article meant vitali...

Comment by Thurman on 08-05-2013

TUA has a rough battle here, but he has more of a fighting chance than many realize. The 4 men who handed Tua losses: Ibeabuchi, Chris Byrd, Lennox Lewis, Monte Barrett. These were all quick HWs who fired combos frequently…

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