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Redkach vs Molina in Works, Kozaev is Set for a New Test

By Alexey Sukachev

Two undefeated ex-Soviet talent are tentatively scheduled for their next bouts overseas in the nearest future.

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Ivan Redkach (9-0, 8 KOs), 25, a hard-punching Ukrainian phenom, well-known around Californian gyms for his spirited showings in sparring sessions, can soon face fellow unbeaten prospect Carlos Molina (15-0-1, 7 KOs), 26, in the toughest test in careers of both combatants.

According to Edward Goumachian, manager of Redkach, Ivan has already agreed to fight Molina in a ten-round fight. “We have accepted their offer, and now we are waiting for an agreement to sign one. Now it’s time for Team Molina to answer us. The ball is on their side”, commented Goumachian.

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On February 18, undefeated Russian welterweight Aslanbek Kozaev (19-0, 6 KOs) comes back into action at Horseshoe Casino in Hammond, Indiana, near Chicago. Kozaev, 24, has already fought twice in the States, winning unanimous decisions over Marcus Thompkins and Hector Alatorre.

Kozaev won six straight in 2011, while his future opponent Angel Hernandez (14-10, 11 KOs) moves in the opposite direction, having lost his last seven fights in a row.

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