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 Last update:  5/12/2012       Read more by Kamel Messani         
   
Pirog vs N'Dam is WBO Ordered, Geale Clash in Jeopardy
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By Kamel Messani

On May 1st in Moscow, the current WBO middleweight world champion Dmitry Pirog (20-0) retained his belt winning a twelve round decision against Japanese contender Nobuhiro Ishida (24-8). On May 4th in Levallois, undefeated Frenchman Hassan N’Dam (27-0) won a twelve round decision against the tough Ukrainian boxer Maksym “The Tiger” Bursak (24-1) to capture the WBO's “interim” middleweight crown.

On May 8th, the WBO sent a letter to both sides ( Pirog and N’Dam’s promoters) advising them that they have until May 28th - “to negotiate an agreement for the WBO Middleweight Championship bout between champion Dmitry Pirog and Interim Champion Hassan N’ Dam.  If an accord is not reached within the time frame, a Purse Bid will be ordered.”

N'Dam's promoter Sébastien Acariès, the CEO of Asventure Promotion, is currently in Ukraine for the fight between his talented prospect Michel Soro and WBO 154-pound king Zaurbek Baysangurov.

He declared - “Upon returning to France, I will make an offer to Team Pirog in order to host the championship bout. In the event that they do not agree, then we will go to a purse bid. We really want this fight to happen. It has been two years now that Hassan N’Dam is fighting at the top level and waiting for a real title shot. We would like to stage this event in France where Hassan N’Dam has a significant fan base. We strongly believe that this will be a great night for boxing, as it will match two undefeated and exciting fighters”.

Some reports stated that Dmitry Pirog is trying to reach an agreement to face IBF titleholder Daniel Geale in a unification fight on August 25th. However, the World Boxing Organization through its president, Francisco Valcarcel, clearly specified on May 1st - “That the winner of the bout between Pirog and Ishida must face the winner of the fight between N’Dam and Bursak within 90 days."

Tags: Dmitry Pirog , Hassan N’dam N’jikam


 

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comment by Ray-boom, on 05-13-2012
[QUOTE=Mikhnienko]I don't see why N'jikam wouldn't want that either. Step aside money and he would be mandatary for the Unified Champion? yes but like all orgs their own rules mean nothing and are disregarded when it suits them. Dropping the belt removes alot of the incentive for G...

comment by Mikhnienko, on 05-13-2012
[QUOTE=ny123]They should let Pirog try and unify and then enforce the mando.[/QUOTE] I don't see why N'jikam wouldn't want that either. Step aside money and he would be mandatary for the Unified Champion? [QUOTE=warp1432]Doesn't the WBO have a rule that unification is allowed before a manda...

comment by Ray-boom, on 05-13-2012
[QUOTE=sicko]Pirog may drop that belt and go on with Geale both fighters are huge fights in that division[/QUOTE] That's obviously the thing to do, why go to France and get screwed out of your title. time for Pirog to fight on American television HBO . If he puts on a good show the titles a...

comment by ShoulderRoll, on 05-12-2012
Pirog vs. N'Dam is a better fight. I'm sure Geale will still be there afterwards to unify with the winner.

comment by KTFO, on 05-12-2012
[QUOTE=RyunosukeRonin]Sounds like the WBO is bent on making this take precedence so it's up to N'Jikam team if they'll settle for a step-a-side and let Pirog-Geale go ahead and then fight the winner if the IBF doesn't object at least it's a good match-up and N'Jikam could definetly win but prefer...

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