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Rhodes vs. Rabchenko in Play For Quigg-Munroe, 6/16

By Edward Chaykovsky

The Ryan Rhodes (46-5, 31KOs) vs. Sergey Rabchenko (20-0, 15KOs) European title clash is likely going to take place on June 16th at the Manchester Velodrome. The fight was previously scheduled to take place last week, but Rhodes suffered a back injury and withdrew from the fight. The main event of the evening will match two domestic rivals, undefeated Scott Quigg and veteran Rendall Munroe, in a high stakes battlefor the interim-WBA super-bantamweight title.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by knockoutkid on 04-01-2012

no no no, he is avoiding this fight like the czech he was avoiding, take away Rhodes movement and theres not much there, this kid is a serious player, especially against an ageing mover.

Comment by Hitman Hodgson on 04-01-2012

[QUOTE=knockoutkid;11958775]Rhodes just like Matt Hatton need to get out of the way and let these real contenders fight.[/QUOTE] why? Rhodes at Europian level is a serious player. I think this will be a close fight.

Comment by knockoutkid on 04-01-2012

Rhodes just like Matt Hatton need to get out of the way and let these real contenders fight.

Comment by D-MiZe on 04-01-2012

Many will feel Rhodes could've gone further and gotten more out of his career. He's a good opponent for Rabchenko, who seems to have a lot of punching power, albeit a bit raw. Rhodes caused a huge upset when he…

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