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Fedchenko Bans Mexican Press, Sparring Mates From Gym

By Ernesto Castellanos, notifight.com

Junior welterweight Sergey Fedchenko (30-1, 13KOs) of Ukraine has a secret strategy in mind. The boxer shocked the local press when he snuck away with his team to an undisclosed gym to train in private. Team Fedchenko will not allow any Mexican press, fans or even Mexican sparring partners to witness their training sessions.  

Fedchenko is preparing to face Juan Manuel Marquez (53-6, 39KOs) next Saturday night at the new Arena Mexico in Mexico City. 

Leon Brito of Zanfer Promotions, who work with Marquez, had all of the training aspects worked out for Fedchenko and his team, during their stay in Mexico, but said everything fell apart when the boxer and his entire team left for another gym. The new location was apparently secured for them by the Russian Embassy.

Viktor Demchenko, the manager and trainer of Fedchenko, is confident his boxer will upset Marquez, and he doesn't want anyone, spies or otherwise, to take note of their planned tactics.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Leohappy on 04-08-2012

[QUOTE=BIGPOPPAPUMP;11980875]They said the Russian embassy secured a new gym location. They had nothing to do with his stay arraignments. More than likely it was someone affiliated with the Russian Embassy in Mexico City.[/QUOTE]ukraine probably doesn't have an embassy in mexico.…

Comment by hyeduk on 04-08-2012

They forgot to use phrases in the article such as Russian mafia, Soviet spies, Stalin... )))))))))))))) Nice tune up for a fight )))) Marquez by TKO

Comment by Stop on 04-07-2012

[QUOTE=zte89147;11981178]Lol is this guy for real?:lol1::lol1::lol1::lol1: or is he a troll?[/QUOTE] The fight takes place in Mexico. How many Fredchenko fans do you really expect to be in the building?

Comment by zte89147 on 04-07-2012

[QUOTE=Stop;11980689]Well it does make sense what he's trying to do. [B]Marquez has an entire country on his back, who want to see him rebound after losing to Pac[/B]. They would probably take notes of Fredchenko's style, his flaws, and such…

Comment by Hougigo on 04-07-2012

You know... it doesn't have to be a Mexican that leaks

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