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Mick the Marmalizer

More bloody confusion due to Boxing politics. Yes Stevenson deserves a shot at Froch, but a deal’s a deal & if Bute’s successful then the re-match needs honouring. As IBF champion Froch should abide by there rules, however at his age his career is in it’s autumn & avenge’s against both Kessler & Ward must be high on his agenda. With the likes of Thomas Oostuhazen, George Groves & James DeGale 2013 looks to ba an interesting year @ 168Lb!

Posted November 3, 2012 6:20 am 

Jospeh Herron

DT, moving up in weight usually isn’t a big detriment to a fighter’s body. It’s when he has to move back down in weight. But, itf it’s only one fight, Triple G should be fine.

But I’m with you, most fighters have to grow into a weight division over time, and fighter is usually asking for trouble by jumping up or down in weight just for a payday.

But this is what happens when a fighter is as avoided as Triple G. We’ve seen this in recent history with fighters like Sergio Martinez and Paul Williams.

Posted November 3, 2012 12:14 am 


The Cobra will punish him!

Posted November 2, 2012 3:34 am 

Joseph Herron

I really hope that Froch/Bute does happen and it’s for the IBF title. Because I do agree with Sugar Hill…a champion should win the title by beating an existing champion.

I also agree that Adonis is ready to compete with anyone in the division…whether he wins is another discussion. But, I do think that he can compete with anyone in the division.

Posted November 1, 2012 7:13 pm 


I think the IBF should wait until the Froch-Bute rematch has played out in Spring before stripping anyone, that’s a huge fight and much more appealing than a Stevenson bout. Meanwhile Stevenson could perhaps face a genuine top 10 guy like Oosthuizen.

Posted November 1, 2012 4:13 pm 

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Javan “Sugar” Hill: “Adonis Stevenson is ready to become the IBF Super Middleweight Champion”

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