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Povetkin-Huck Winner To Face Rahman, Deal Reached

By Hilmar Rojas

Promoters Gregory Cohen and Chris Meyer of Sauerland Event, legal representatives of Marco Huck, Alexander Povetkin, and Hasim Rahman, agreed on the fight with Rahman, on Monday morning.

Huck, the WBO cruiserweight king, will step on the ring on February 25 at the Porsche-Arena, in Stuttgart, Baden-Württemberg, Germany. He challenges Russia's Alexander Povetkin for the WBA's "regular" heavyweight title.

The meeting took place at the WBA's office, where Cohen (GCP LLP) and Meyer (Sauerland Event), agreed that the winner of the Huck and Povetkin bout should face the mandatory challenger Rahman in 120 days.  

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by hitmanjosh on 01-24-2012

Be serious! This is not news worthy to a boxing fan, In fact it's sad:blackeye:

Comment by Superflo777 on 01-24-2012

[QUOTE=Tiozzo;11701581]wtf you're going to get banned with that avy lmao[/QUOTE] I know right. It sucks that you can't even open this site in public anymore thanks to idiots like him.

Comment by jreckoning on 01-24-2012

[quote=joe strong;11701675]if rahman's in shape(240 or less) then there is a chance he knocks huck or sasha out. i don't buy the poster who said he lost power. your power doesn't just dissappear. the barrett fight was also after barrett…

Comment by nickelcity61 on 01-24-2012

mr.invincible,you hit it right on the head

Comment by joe strong on 01-23-2012

if rahman's in shape(240 or less) then there is a chance he knocks huck or sasha out. i don't buy the poster who said he lost power. your power doesn't just dissappear. the barrett fight was also after barrett was…

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