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Blair Cobbs vs. Samuel Kotey Set For Garcia-Fonseca DAZN Bill

Prince Ranch Boxing's undefeated welterweight contender, Blair "The Flair" Cobbs (13-0-1, 9 KOs), who is by promoted by Golden Boy Promotions, faces Samuel Kotey (23-2, 16 KOs) of Ghana, Africa.  The 10-round bout will take place on February 14, 2020, as part of the of Ryan Garcia versus Francisco Fonseca card at the Honda Center in Anaheim, CA, which will air live on DAZN at 7 p.m. ET / 4 p.m. PT.

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"I am excited to return on such a great card," said Blair Cobbs, who is managed by Greg Hannley of Prince Ranch Boxing. "I have been training very hard and know that all my hard work is about to pay off. My body feels great and I'm looking sharp in sparring. I'm ready to take this dude out."

"We're thrilled with how Blair Cobbs' career is progressing" stated Hannely, Cobbs' manager. "He has an incredible resume and has defeated some of the best unbeaten fighters already.  He keeps getting better and better with each fight.  I expect big things from Cobbs this year, and it all starts on Valentines day."

Cobbs had a phenomenal 2019 defeating unbeaten fighters Ferdinand Kerobyan and Steve Villalobos as well as Robert Redmond Jr and Carlos Ortiz Cervantes. Cobbs' last four opponents have had a combined record of (40-5-3, 32 KOs), making Cobbs one of the most battle-tested contenders in the welterweight division.

"Blair has all the tools to be a world champion," stated Brandon Woods, Cobbs' trainer, "He has defeated great opponents and done it in a style that is very entertaining.  I see Blair accomplishing some incredible goals in 2020, and I know he's done everything in the gym to be at his best come fight night."

"I love what I do," Cobbs continued. "I am ready to have another great year and continue to put on a great, entertaining show for the fans. It's Blair "The Flair" time baby, WOOOO!

User Comments and Feedback
Comment by Floydushka on 01-20-2020

WOOOO! But... He has been down more than once in those fights. His chin is not that good. And his boxing skills seem to be overstated. I fear he will not advance much further in his career.

Comment by Mammoth on 01-19-2020

[QUOTE=Jack_*****;20331735]Blair’s personality is way bigger than his boxing ability. Waiting for him to get KO’ed badly is entertaining.[/QUOTE] Yep...........

Comment by royjonesjrKTFO on 01-19-2020

[QUOTE=Jack_*****;20331735]Blair’s personality is way bigger than his boxing ability. Waiting for him to get KO’ed badly is entertaining.[/QUOTE] I am so looking forward to that day because I'm going to laugh out loud.

Comment by SteveM on 01-18-2020

I like his style but so far I don't see him matching up well with Shaun or even Danny Garcia - let alone Spence and Crawford.

Comment by ceylon mooney on 01-18-2020

[QUOTE=PredatorStyle;20331737]He needs to get much more disciplined or he will get Ko'd eventually. He does have the physical athleticism though and cat reflexes[/QUOTE] yeah, true that man, but i dont mind at al. he been dropped. hes explosive, reckless and…

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