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Rabchenko vs. Vitu Purse Bid is Won By Ricky Hatton

By Per Ake Persson

Hatton Promotions won today´s purse bids in Rome for EBU jr. middleweight champ Sergey Rabchenko´s mandatory defence of the title against Frenchman Cedric Vitu. Hatton bid 69,696,00 Euro while EuroProm from France came in second with a bid for 47,300,00 Euro.
 
Date and site is to be announced. Rabchenko was represented by his manager Philippe Fondu while EuroProm had Giulio Spagnoli as its representative.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Hougigo on 08-21-2013

[QUOTE=wja1966;13669205]If you read the article it tells you. Hes mandatory[/QUOTE] NVM, I thought it was that other guy who was his mando and lost to a journeyma and they were still going to do the purse bid.

Comment by Mick Higgs on 08-21-2013

BTW: It's light-middleweight not junior! There's nothing junior about theses guy's!!!.....

Comment by King_ on 08-21-2013

He's mandatory and I actually read in an interview with Ricky Hutton a few months ago that if Rabchenko wins he becomes the WBC mandatory to Canelo. This was before the canelo-floyd fight was signed

Comment by wja1966 on 08-21-2013

If you read the article it tells you. Hes mandatory

Comment by Hougigo on 08-20-2013

Why is he still fighting Vitu

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