King to take Crown in Japan

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906V0230Undefeated southpaw King Davidson is looking to move up the world rankings with a win in Japan this week when he faces American born Charlie Ota for the OPBF light middleweight title.
Sometimes chastised by his team for being ‘underdone’ before fights, Davidson (12–0–0) says that this time he is more prepared than he has ever been, and trainer Johnny Lewis agrees.
“His discipline and preparation for this has surpassed all other fights,” Lewis says.

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Bolling’s IBO title dream

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906V0379A freak car accident involving boxer Thomas Oosthuizen almost derailed Michael Bolling’s IBO Super Middleweight title bid. Almost, but not quite.
A day after Bolling arrived in South Africa for the fight, scheduled for this saturday, Oosthuizen was involved in a car accident that resulted in 25 stitches to his face.
Not surprisingly he pulled out.
Fortunately for Bolling, light heavyweight Isaac Chilemba, who was also due to fight on the night, agreed to come down 3kg and face Bolling in Oosthuizen’s place.

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Comer finds the Waters too deep

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678In a scrappy affair that was marred with a lot of holding, Ryan Waters (20–2–2 12KOs) outpointed Gary Comer (20–9–1 7KOs) over 12 rounds to successfully retain his WBO regional titles.
In the early rounds, Waters found it difficult to get his rhythm going against the southpaw Comer and, equally Comer showed ring rust for not having fought for almost a year.

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Boxing blues versus reds

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003One week before the second installment of this year’s State of Origin rugby league series, the reds faced the blues at South Sydney Juniors to vie it out for the inaugural interstate boxing trophy.
In 13 bouts of quality boxing Queensland , unfortunately, took home the trophy 10 fights to 3 but not without some high class defense from the opposition.
The light boys started the night well and while the first 42kg bout between Liam Wilson and Brandon Levy ended prematurely, Clay Waterman showed the crowd some clever

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