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 Last update:  8/14/2012       Read more by Ruslan Chikov         
   
Team Lomachenko Deny AIBA's Claim of a Pro Deal
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By Ruslan Chikov

The father and coach of two-time Olympic champion Vasyl Lomachenko,  has denied a recent press announcement by the president of the International Amateur Boxing Association (AIBA), Wu Ching-Kuo - who claimed that Lomachenko and five other members of the Ukrainian Olympic team had signed pro deals with his association.

"No one is going anywhere. The boxers have only signed letters of intent. The AIBA's terms have to be discussed. We do not know what's being offered. This is some new thing. If the overall championship will be professional, it is interesting. And if this is only for the AIBA championship - that's another story. We are also considering proposals from other organizations," Anatoly Lomachenko said.

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comment by AntonTheMeh, on 08-15-2012
[QUOTE=AyoMaDu]Lomachenko has stated some time ago that he always wanted to go pro in the US and that the US is where the true competition is and where he can grow. The man himself only wants the best. He has also expressed interest in moving to Miami because of the weather but definitely because...

comment by Bronsky, on 08-14-2012
Lomachenko has stated some time ago that he always wanted to go pro in the US and that the US is where the true competition is and where he can grow. The man himself only wants the best. He has also expressed interest in moving to Miami because of the weather but definitely because he's a fan of ...

comment by Banderivets, on 08-14-2012
Posted this yesterday [url]http://www.boxingscene.com/forums/showthread.php?t=562109[/url]

comment by steven_z, on 08-14-2012
[QUOTE=Uncle Rodge]Where ever he ends up...he's gonna be the boss![/QUOTE]He needs to fight top pros in order to develop to his full potential. AIBA won't be able to attract best pro fighters.

comment by tostao, on 08-14-2012
ukrainians must be playing games . by signing letter of intent they secured more or less fair treatment at the olympics , got two gold medals ,now they'll split from aiba . It's just stupid to be aiba slaves for the rest of their boxing careers and leave their future in the hands of corrupt judge...

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