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Legendary Argentine boxer and former World Boxing Council or the WBC’s Super Middleweight champion Sergio Martinez has stressed that he is still looking to make a comeback to the ring and is pulling out all the stops in order to ensure that it does happen soon.
Martinez has not fought competitively inside the ring since he suffered a devastating knockout defeat at the hands of Miguel Cotto last June at the fabled Madison Square Garden Arena in the United States of America but he remains as eager to get back inside the squared circle as he always has been in his career.
The Argentine fighter has had to deal with several injury problems throughout the last two years of his career with his fragile knees being of most concern for his doctors.
Sergio Martinez said that it was a very difficult decision to take regarding the future of his career, adding that he wants to retire from the sport with a victory in his last bout but if the doctors advise him against it and tell him it is time for him to hang up the gloves, he will have to do it. Continue reading 'Sergio Martinez looking for one last comeback'»
Abel Sanchez, the trainer of Gennady Golovkin noted that the next opponent for Golovkin is going to be Martin Murray. Sanchez thinks that the tactics that Golovkin follows during the fight will make Murray get absolutely chopped down on 21st February match at the Salle des Étoiles in Monaco in Monte Carlo.
Sanchez thinks that if British fighter comes out in full force using his tactics, he will last a maximum of 3 to 4 rounds but, if he doesn’t use his clam shell guard just the way he has done in his fights against Felix Strumand Sergio Martinez, he is surely to be reduces into a pile of dust at Monte Carlo.
Sanchez says that Martin has already proved that he is a fighterof an A level and that if he comes out to fight his only intention is to win, which will be a max of 3-4 rounds. But, if he chooses to hide behind his shell, he will be defeated sooner. Continue reading 'Sanchez Says That Murray Needs To Come Out Of His Shell'»