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Photos: Filip Hrgovic, Kevin Johnson - Ready For Battle

Filip Hrgovic and Kevin Johnson both weighed in today ahead of their heavyweight showdown tomorrow night at the KC Drazen Petrovic in Zagreb.

Hrgovi?, the Rio 2016 Olympic Bronze Medallist and current WBC International Champion, will be boxing in his hometown for a second time following his knockout win over Amir Mansour in September at the Arena Zagreb.

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Hrgovi? will look to continue his World title charge but can expect tough competition from Johnson, a former World title challenger, who has previously shared the ring with Vitali Klitschko, Tyson Fury and Anthony Joshua.

Heavyweight – 8 Rounds:
Filip Hrgovi?: 105.5 kg
Kevin Johnson: 117.8 kg

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The undercard features Croatian female star Ivana Habazin in a rematch with Eva Bajic plus rising German star Leon Bauer against Portugal’s Jorge Silva.
 
Super Welterweight – 10 Rounds:
Ivana Habazin: 69.9 kg
Eva Bajic: 68.1 kg
 
Super Middleweight – 8 Rounds:
Leon Bauer: 76 kg
Jorge Silva: 76.3 kg

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Super Welterweight – 8 Rounds:
Sladan Janjanin: 69.6 kg
Jorge Silva: 71 kg
 
Heavyweight – 8 Rounds:
Ivica Perkovic: 119 kg
Zoltan Csala: 115.7 kg

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Filip Hrgovi? vs. Kevin Johnson tops an action-packed fight card at the KC Drazen Petrovic. Tickets start from 150 KN and are available via online www.eventim.hr. All the action will be broadcast live on RTL in Croatia.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by P4Pdunny on 12-07-2018

Didnt know this was happening. Never noticed but Johnson is a ugly mofo

Comment by JakeTheBoxer on 12-07-2018

Johnson is a joke. Stay busy fight for Hrgovic.

Comment by kafkod on 12-07-2018

[QUOTE=paulf;19335249]Wonder what that was all about.... maybe Hrgovic's people wanted him coming off a "win."[/QUOTE] I never thought of that, but you could be right. I think it would take longer than a week to arrange Hrgovic/Johnson.

Comment by paulf on 12-07-2018

[QUOTE=kafkod;19334820]WTF? Johnson's last fight was only a week ago. This will be his 3rd in the last 2 months![/QUOTE] Wonder what that was all about.... maybe Hrgovic's people wanted him coming off a "win."

Comment by sicko on 12-07-2018

Kingpin making his money this year, will be his 5th Fight this year and 2nd This Month! Hopefully he stays safe and avoid taking too much damage, he is usually very Defensive anyway but that is a lot for a…

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