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Video: Zou Shiming/Roach Open Workout and Interview

Two-time Olympic gold medal winner Zou Shiming is ready for the fourth professional fight of his career on Saturday night at the Cotai Arena at the Venetian Resort in Macau, China. He will face experienced Thai fighter Yokthong Kokietgym (15-3, 11KOs). Shiming, trained by Hall of Fame coach Freddie Roach, turned pro last April. He moved to a six round fight in his second fight and Saturday's bout will be his first eight rounder.
User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by DeadLikeMe on 02-21-2014

Who thought to call Shiming's opponent "experienced"? The kid is 19 years old :rofl:

Comment by Evol on 02-21-2014

Yes this dude is not entertaining at all but u can't denied he has somewhat of some skills. I'll like to see some Of u guys saying he sucks get in and spar with him for a few rounds, that…

Comment by US Dirk Killer on 02-21-2014

Let's see if he can get a ko.... Or even a kd this time around

Comment by Tobi.G on 02-21-2014

Hes a top-amateur who turned pro to late. 2 time gold-medallist tells you something about the tools this guy has. Freddie said he has improved his power, we will see.

Comment by LADIV on 02-20-2014

Man seriously does anybody really care about this dude. He sux

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