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 Last update:  11/11/2012       Read more by Rick Reeno         
   
Sergio Martinez Will Return on April 27th in Argentina
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By Rick Reeno

WBC middleweight champion Sergio Martinez (50-2-2, 28KOs) will return to the ring on April 27th in Argentina, confirmed his adviser Sampson Lewkowicz to BoxingScene.com. The fight, which HBO will televise, is still being worked on. There is no set opponent and there is no set venue. Lewkowicz, and promoter Lou DiBella, are still considering three potential venues - including Luna Park and La Plata stadium, which holds close to 55,000 people.

Martinez is having right knee surgery on Monday in Madrid. The boxer will take it easy for a few weeks and then get right back training. Lewkowicz doesn't expect any delays on the date.

"He will return on April 27th in Argentina. Right now we are considering two possible opponents, but it's so early [in the talks] that it doesn't even pay to disclose their names," Lewkowicz said to BoxingScene.com.

If Martinez comes through in April, there have already been discussions regarding a rematch with Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. (46-1-1, 32 KOs) on Mexican Independence Day weekend in September. Top Rank's CEO Bob Arum told BoxingScene last week that he wants to schedule a fight for Chavez on an April HBO date, possibly against Matthew Macklin.

Chavez and Martinez clashed on September 15 at Thomas & Mack Center in Las Vegas. The event itself was one of the most successful shows of the year. The fight broke the attendance record at the Thomas & Mack Center with 19,186 seats, eclipsing the prior record of 19,151 for the Lennox Lewis vs. Evander Holyfield rematch. The HBO pay-per-view numbers were equally impressive. The event was able to exceed expectations by generating an estimated 475,000 pay-per-view buys and $24 million in revenue.

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comment by julian45, on 11-12-2012
[QUOTE=iseah100]Martinez vs Lara! haaha Posted from Boxingscene.com App for Android[/QUOTE] There was idiots on here talking like Lara would beat Martinez, I got to start making screen shots to post later

comment by SpeedKillz, on 11-12-2012
[quote=junior gong]Burner has to be the dumbest of crybabies on this forum. He is basically ripping Martinez, a fighter who has had to do everything the hard way in his career up until recently, for doing the same thing his hero has built an entire career on. The real tragedy is that this fluores...

comment by iseah100, on 11-12-2012
Martinez vs Lara! haaha Posted from Boxingscene.com App for Android

comment by julian45, on 11-12-2012
[QUOTE=nycsmooth]I had read it was Murray, yesterday, & I thought he had beat Sturm...I'm curious if thhis was true torn acl how Sergio coming back so quick, normally it's 6-8 months, w/rehab...[/QUOTE] it wasnt torn Acl, some other minor lateral menscus tear

comment by junior gong, on 11-12-2012
Burner has to be the dumbest of crybabies on this forum. He is basically ripping Martinez, a fighter who has had to do everything the hard way in his career up until recently, for doing the same thing his hero has built an entire career on. The real tragedy is that this fluorescent irony wont reg...

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