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Denis Lebedev, Arsen Goulamirian Reach Deal - Purse Bid is Off

The World Boxing Association (WBA) purse bid between Denis Lebedev and Arsen Goulamirian, due to be held on June 20th, was suspended because both sides reached an agreement to finalize the fight.

The dispute between the 200-pound super champion, a native of Russia, and the regular champion, of French nationality but born in Armenia, was scheduled about a month ago.

However, the teams communicated with the WBA sanctioning body organization to inform that the fight will take place due to everything being arranged.

The details of the date, place, and conditions of the negotiations will be announced in the coming weeks once everything is perfectly finalized. Lebedev-Goulamirian is one of the most interesting matches the division can offer today.

Lebedev will make the third defense of his belt against an undefeated champion like the Frenchman in a clash of power vs power. Lebedev has 32 wins, 2 losses, and 23 knockouts. For his part, Goulamirian has 24 wins, no losses, and 16 knockouts.

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IN OTHER NEWS: Welterweight contender Eddie Gomez will be back in action Tonight when he takes on Saul Corral in a scheduled 10-round bout at the Ocean Casino Resort in Atlantic City.

Gomez, who is managed by Split-T Management has a record of 22-3 with 12 knockouts, and is riding a two-fight winning streak.

The 26 year-old Bronx, New York native has defeated quality opponents such as Jonel Tapia (8-1), Antonio Infante (6-1), Luis Hernandez (10-0), Luis Hernandez (22-4), Steve Upsher Chambers (24-2-1), Daquan Arnet (11-0) John Karl Sosa (13-1), Dennis Dauti (14-1), KeAndre Gibson (18-1-1) and in last bout when he won an eight-round unanimous decision over Shoki Sakai on October 18, 2018 in Indio, California.

Corral of Douglas, Arizona has a record of 30-13 with 20 knockouts.

Corral, who will be looking for his 3rd consecutive win of 2019, and is coming off a 2nd round knockout of Edgar Arroyo on March 30th in Mexico.

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Comment by Mammoth on 06-20-2019

Goulamirian will retire Lebedev

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