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Old 01-26-2013, 11:59 PM   #58
Kevin Willis
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Default Re: What if the Soviets had always been allowed to fight in the pro ranks?

Originally Posted by BadDog View Post
Who was brought in? They brought in 5 boxers from the same club as an experiment. They were not even the best in Eastern Europe. One of them was Alexander Zolkin who actually went on to fight for a WBO title against Akiwande.
So they did an experiment and brought 5 guys from same club so what? lol
Stay in TKO 6 thread where I embarrassed you in front of your fellow trolls. You are not a knowledgeable poster at all.

They did not have any promotional companies back then in EE. Certain fighters were lucky to get a chance to come to America to fight in the early 90s or in 89. Most didn't have that chance.
Was Sergei Kobozov one of the original five? I seem to recall Sergei Artyemiev(sp) being another. At the risk of jabs calling me a bunch of names, I am to lazy to look it up.

A lot of good it did Kobozov anyways, being killed by the Russian(Jewish) Mob.

I suppose Jabs is going to want multiple links and several notorized documents verifing that fact.
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