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Solis vs. Thompson Rematch Now Heading To Turkey

By Per Ake Persson

The heavyweight rematch between Odlanier Solis and Tony Thompson, taking place on February 27th, is now heading to Turkey, according to Solis´ promoter Ahmet Oener of Arena Box. Solis-Thompson was first set to take place in Budapest, but the whole show was cancelled after some problems between the local promoters. 

Thompson won a decision over the Olympic gold medal winner in March of last year. Since then their rematch has been postponed a number of times.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by monkeyboy on 02-14-2015

I see Solis winning a split decision but choking on a drumstick.

Comment by monkeyboy on 02-14-2015

[QUOTE=Beercules;15377649]Solis you fat f*ck[/QUOTE] I misread the post. Solis and Thompson are going to fight over a turkey. Winner takes all.

Comment by Beercules on 02-13-2015

Solis you fat f*ck

Comment by jreckoning on 02-13-2015

[QUOTE=monkeyboy;15377593]Why? Why bother? Who the hell wants to watch this? There must be some entertainment starved Turks willing to part with almost 3 Turkish lira each. The purse for this fight probably equals about $268.[/QUOTE] They got solis to sign…

Comment by monkeyboy on 02-13-2015

Why? Why bother? Who the hell wants to watch this? There must be some entertainment starved Turks willing to part with almost 3 Turkish lira each. The purse for this fight probably equals about $268.

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