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Photos/Weights: Oleg Maskaev vs. Owen Beck Clash

By Ruslan Chikov, photos by Victor Sokolov/Allboxing.ru

Today in Moscow, the official weigh-in took place for tomorrow's big show - "The Return of The Champion" - which is going to take place on December 30th in Troitsk (New Moscow). The main event of the evening will be a battle between the returning former world heavyweight champion of the WBC, 43-year old Russian boxer Oleg Maskaev, and Jamaican veteran Owen Beck. Maskaev came in at 111.4 kg [245.5-pounds], while was Beck - 107.9 kg [237.8-pounds].

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Freedom. on 12-30-2012

Maxim Vlasov fight is coming up next on Russia 2 TV.

Comment by paulf on 12-30-2012

Beck has lost his last [I]seven[/I] fights in a row. He hardly tries to fight anymore. I have no expectations of Oleg, but he is in good shape. You know, I'd be interested in seeing him against Charr or Chisora.

Comment by Tobi.G on 12-30-2012

Maskaev looks like a big strong Russian, Beck looks like a fat jamaican.

Comment by The Nephilim on 12-29-2012

I'd like to see how a lot of the mindless clowns posting here look at Oleg's age. Most of them probably don't look as fit as he does now. He's in pretty good shape.

Comment by DondiNeverLeft on 12-29-2012

[QUOTE=BIGPOPPAPUMP;12869273]Today in Moscow, the official weigh-in took place for tomorrow's big show - "The Return of The Champion" - which is going to take place on December 30th in Troitsk (New Moscow). The main event of the evening will be…

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