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Shumenov: Braehmer Doesn't Deserve To Be Champion

SHYMENT, Kazakhstan – A terribly upset and disappointed WBA/IBA Light Heavyweight World Champion Beibut Shumenov was in near shock to learn that his scheduled opponent for Saturday night’s unification fight, WBO titlist Juergen Braehmer, left Shymkent last night without informing or explaining why he has pulled out of “The Unification.”

Beibut Shumenov (10-1, 6 KOs) chose to fight Braehmer (36-2, 29 KOs) in a world unification match in only his 12th pro fight. However, Braehmer’s inexplicable behavior has left Shumenov without a world champion opponent for this weekend.

Here is a link to Shumenov’s interview shortly after he was informed that Braehmer had pulled out of the fight: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T2AT6FpfkSg

“The Unification” is being presented by Goossen Tutor Promotions and KZ Event Productions. Shumenov owns and operates the Las Vegas-based KZ Event Productions along with his brother, Chingis, and is promoted by Goossen Tutor Promotions.

A determination later today will be made regarding whether Saturday night’s show will proceed with three boxers fighting under the KZ Event Productions banner: WBA No. 13 welterweight Ravshan Hudaynazarov (13-0, 11 KOs) vs. former Mexican welterweight champion Jose Luis “Chelin” Cruz (41-7-2, 33 KOs), WBA FEDALATIN Welterweight Championship; former Kazakhstan National amateur champion Alexandr Zhyuravskiy Ahmedov (9-0, 7 KOs) vs. Ruben “Modern Day Warrior” Galvan (27-14-4, 10 KOs), WBA International Super Lightweight Championship; WBA No. 6 & Interim PABA light heavyweight Gayrat Ahmedov (15-0-1, 10 KOs) vs. 3-time world middleweight champion William Joppy (39-6-2, 30 KOs), Interim PABA & WBA International Light Heavyweight Championships

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by sagrevleyos on 01-07-2011

[QUOTE=qksilvr;9913081]***The only person who cheated in the first fight was Campillo who didn't oblige with the drug testing rules. Plus, your liable statements of guns is just another lie from the Campillo team, the facts state that the Campillo team…

Comment by Slyboots on 01-06-2011

[QUOTE=jrosales13;9913099]The 2nd fight IMO was worse robbery of the year in 2010. Just awful.[/QUOTE] That sucks. I saw Shumenov for the first time when he was defending his title on ESPN 2. It's a shame he got that title by…

Comment by jrosales13 on 01-05-2011

[QUOTE=Slyboots;9913086]Never saw the Campillo-Shumenov fight. Was it really that bad of a roberry?[/QUOTE] The 2nd fight IMO was worse robbery of the year in 2010. Just awful.

Comment by Slyboots on 01-05-2011

Never saw the Campillo-Shumenov fight. Was it really that bad of a roberry?

Comment by qksilvr on 01-05-2011

[QUOTE=sagrevleyos;9910164]It's known that in Shumenov home they use to treath at gun point the "visitors". They held the Campillo payment first bout when the cry baby Shumy lost at home, and there has been certain unpolite behaviors after the fight.…

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