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GClub Wladimir Klitschko, the IBF/WBA/WBO heavyweight champion, announced Monday he has to pull out of his planned Sept. 6 title defense against Kubrat Pulev because of a torn left biceps.

Klitschko will have to miss approximately four weeks of training.

สมัคร GClub “I am very disappointed the fight will not go ahead,” Klitschko, 38, said. “So far I have been in top shape and had a great training camp. I am sorry for my fans as well as my opponent, Kubrat Pulev, who has surely prepared just as intensely.”

The fight will likely be rescheduled before the end of the year and will be held in Hamburg, Germany.

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พนันบอลออนไลน์ Former junior middleweight champ Austin Trout had two big scares Friday night in his ESPN main event against Daniel Dawson before winning a unanimous decision. Post-fight, Trout gave Dawson credit for his strength but blamed the knock-downs on his own over-anxiousness.

“They were two, quick flash knock-downs, but he was strong. But, at the same time, I just didn’t see them coming,” he told a media scrum after the fight (video below).

“He had to wake me up and I got woken up and the beast came out.”

เว็บแทงบอล IBC Trout said the one adjustment ended up making all the difference, after the knock-downs. “[I] stopped being too anxious,” he explained.

“I was trying to get after him too much and I got caught on the way in, so that’s something that we’re going to watch on tape and work on and get better at for the next one.”