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Robert Helenius Injures Hand, Liakhovich Bout is Off

By Per Ake Persson

Team Sauerland have announced that the exciting heavyweight clash between Robert Helenius and former WBO champion Siarhei Liakhovich, which was set for July 16 in Munich, is now off. The official reason is that Robert has suffered a hand injury.
 
The show still goes ahead with newly crowned EBU light heavyweight champ Eduard Gutknecht defending the title for the first time.

Headlining is WBO cruiserweight king Marco Huck as he defends the titles against Argentinian Hugo Hernan Garay.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by ChopperRead on 06-14-2011

[B]Liakhovich-Arreola - Make it happen[/B] [B]Yep![/B]

Comment by nomadman on 06-14-2011

[I]S[/I]hit. I hope this doesn't become a recurring problem for Rob. Wouldn't want him becoming feather fisted due to his hand problems.

Comment by Freedom. on 06-14-2011

[QUOTE=BostonGuy;10692042]Dissappointing news as I was looking forward to seeing this matchup. They should keep Liakhovich on card though and match him up against another decent contender since he'll be ready to fight.[/QUOTE] They should keep Lyakhovich on the card and…

Comment by Evil Abed on 06-14-2011

Liakhovich-Arreola - Make it happen.

Comment by ChopperRead on 06-14-2011

[QUOTE=BostonGuy;10692042]Dissappointing news as I was looking forward to seeing this matchup. They should keep Liakhovich on card though and match him up against another decent contender since he'll be ready to fight.[/QUOTE] Yes, The White Wolf is overdue to get…

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