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  • Comments Thread For: Tony Yoka vs. Alexander Dimitrenko on July 13 in Antibes

    French heavyweight Tony Yoka (5-0) will take on German-Ukrainian veteran Alexander Dimitrenko (41-5) on July 13 in Antibes on a Ringstar Promotion. For Yoka its his first fight for a year due to a suspension after missing three doping tests.
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  • #2
    Well, this is a very good fight for Yoka. Dimitrenko is high ranked gatekeeper, if Yoka wins this, he will be contender very soon.

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    • #3
      Finally yoka fights again and against a good opponent (yet not in his prime).

      Yoka was (is?) one of my favourite up incoming boxers, but the fact that he only wants to fight in France, along with the missed doping tests make him less appealing nowadays.

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      • #4
        With just 6 months left in 2019 Yoka needs to cram in as many fights as possible. A relative easy first title fight could be made with French titlist Raphael Tronche. As for him not wanting to fight outside of France, I'm sure he'd go down well in Canada, New Orleans, Monaco & Algeria.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by JakeTheBoxer View Post
          Well, this is a very good fight for Yoka. Dimitrenko is high ranked gatekeeper, if Yoka wins this, he will be contender very soon.
          Dimitrenko ainít no high ranked guy. He beat a few washed up fighters to collect a couple WBO regional belts to get a good rank the same way Alex Leapai, boytsov, krasniqi did back in the day & most recently done by Schwarz. The WBO rankings are a joke. He was never that good & actually looked timid & scared in recent years & his chin is suspect. Yoka should have no problems if he is any good.

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          • #6
            Tony playing catch up, needs some decisive wins to get rolling again.

            Dubois, Joyce, and Ajagba have pulled far ahead of him in the rankings.

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            • #7
              European HW boxing was dead, there is hope now.

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              • #8
                He's going to thrash Dimitrenko. Yoka by KO.

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                • #9
                  Dimitrenko and Ustinov are just punching bag gate keepers for upcoming HW prospects.

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                  • #10
                    Yoka doesn’t have what it takes to be an elite HW boxer. Dubois will beat him even at this stage.

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