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Rekowski-McCall Revenge Match is Set For February 1

By Luke Furman

Former heavyweight champion Oliver McCall (56-13, 37KOs) will get a chance to get revenge for his family, when he faces undefeated heavyweight Polish prospect Marcin Rekowski (12-0, 10KOs) in Opole, Poland. Back on May 18th, Rekowski battered Oliver's son, Elijah McCall, with a fifth round technical knockout. The elder McCall last fought in Poland, taking another undefeated prospect, Krzystof Zimnoch, to the limit. Zimnoch won a close eight round unanimous decision.

Luke Furman covers boxing for bokser.org

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by joe strong on 12-23-2013

oliver will probably do enough just to lose but i'd love to see him turn up in better shape & beat rekowski...

Comment by chocolate on 12-23-2013

Hopefully McCall trains well and eats good over christmas/new year, he has looked badly out of shape in his recent fights just turning up for a payday with a beer belly. It's a shame he did not take his boxing…

Comment by Thurman on 12-23-2013

The Atomic Bull has one of the greatest chins ever in boxing! He's 48 years old, fighting a 35 year old. He can win, and probably will. But either way, Oliver will give Rekowski the hardest 10 rounds he's ever…

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