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Photos: Riddick Bowe Working Hard For Kickboxing Debut

Former heavyweight world champion Riddick Bowe is still training hard in Bangkok, Thailand - where the fighter, now 45-years-old, is preparing for his scheduled return to the ring against Levgen Golovin of Russia for the WBC & WMC Kickboxing Super Heavyweight Championship in Pattaya, Thailand on June 14. The move by Bowe has been frowned upon by many critics who feel the aging fighter is taking a very serious risk with the match. Bowe has been away from the ring since December of 2008.


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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Tuavale on 06-08-2013

Bowe is a complete Ass Hat.

Comment by WesleySnipes on 06-08-2013

these pictures look utterly ridiculous...

Comment by TBear on 06-08-2013

He looks healthy, but my concern is his health. At his age any blows take a greater toll. A toll that he has already payed.

Comment by Sweden2716 on 06-08-2013

If you watched the 2 fights with Golota and heard him speak afterwards you know that he had serious brain damage and should not to any type of contact sports again. At one point he was a very good fighter.…

Comment by Huxley on 06-08-2013

Take it easy folks, it's probably going to be like an exhibition. He's on a holiday judging from the photos. :sombrero:

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