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Old 06-14-2011, 01:01 PM   #1
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On the undercard of Helenius vs lyakovich. Should be a last decent pay day for Rogan.


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Professional boxer Robert Helenius waives heavyweight EU mestaruustittelistä. Helenius, announced its decision Tuesday, the European Boxing Association of the EBU for.

Helenius had been placed under official challenger for Northern Ireland Mr Martin Rogan. which is now open otellee title Bulgarian Kubrat Pulevia against.

- This match did not take him terribly forward. Rogan is clearly lists Robert's back, EBU Vice-President Pertti Augustin said.

Helenius sight is set to larger circles. Porvoo fights the next 16 Munich, Germany, July Belarusian Sjarhei Ljahovitsia against.

- Before the autumn can not take two games, so the choice had to be done, Augustin said.

Thereafter, the front may be a European Championship title match. The committee has not yet said anything concrete.

- First we need to win Ljahovits. Master side to the (Ukrainian Aleksandr Dimitri) is in front of a mandatory title defense, Augustin said.
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Old 06-14-2011, 02:05 PM   #2
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Default Re: Martin Rogan vs Kubrat Pulev for a European title apparently

What will happen now that Helenius is injured? I am eager to see Pulev and Boystov step it up. Boystov because he's lost momentum (hand still bothering him?) and Pulev because he's already proven that he can beat B level fighters.
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Old 06-14-2011, 09:39 PM   #3
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I guess that's Helenius' title they will fight for? I thought Dimitrenko has the more well known EBU title while Helenius has some lesser known EU one.
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Old 06-15-2011, 04:35 AM   #4
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I guess that's Helenius' title they will fight for? I thought Dimitrenko has the more well known EBU title while Helenius has some lesser known EU one.
Yes, Helenius vacates EU -title.

Maybe Helenius is after that belt that Dimitrenko´s holding? I´d like to see that one.
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Good for Kubrat.
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Old 06-23-2011, 01:18 PM   #6
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Never seen anything of this Pulev, any good?
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Old 06-27-2011, 08:49 AM   #7
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Never seen anything of this Pulev, any good?
His last fight against Rossy, who in his last fight went the distance with Chambers in an IBF eliminator match.


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I probably had Pulev winning 3 rounds to 1 prior to the TKO round, something like that anyway. Possibly the ref stopped the fight to early but Rossy was throwing nothing back in the 5th round and might have gone down about 3 times after taking a barrage of punches.


I suppose holding wins over Rossy, Voidz, Orlov ( the poor mans Valuev ), Skelton and the obligatory win over Zack Page that all prospects must have these days is a decent caliber of work for a fighter with only 12 fights.

I see him stopping The Iron man Rogan and i think he could get a title shot within 2 years if he keeps doing as he is.
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Old 06-27-2011, 01:43 PM   #8
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Good to see the big Bulgar moving along, and Rogan is always a tough opponent. Hope that Boystsov and Helenius's hands heal well. That's what finished my own boxing too, injured hand.
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Rossy's a decent win for any heavyweight coming up. I'm looking forward to seeing Rogan in with him now
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It's now pulev vs TBA

it seems that rogan wont take that match..

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His last fight against Rossy, who in his last fight went the distance with Chambers in an IBF eliminator match.


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I probably had Pulev winning 3 rounds to 1 prior to the TKO round, something like that anyway. Possibly the ref stopped the fight to early but Rossy was throwing nothing back in the 5th round and might have gone down about 3 times after taking a barrage of punches.


I suppose holding wins over Rossy, Voidz, Orlov ( the poor mans Valuev ), Skelton and the obligatory win over Zack Page that all prospects must have these days is a decent caliber of work for a fighter with only 12 fights.

I see him stopping The Iron man Rogan and i think he could get a title shot within 2 years if he keeps doing as he is.
And Dominick Guinn!
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His last fight against Rossy, who in his last fight went the distance with Chambers in an IBF eliminator match.


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I probably had Pulev winning 3 rounds to 1 prior to the TKO round, something like that anyway. Possibly the ref stopped the fight to early but Rossy was throwing nothing back in the 5th round and might have gone down about 3 times after taking a barrage of punches.


I suppose holding wins over Rossy, Voidz, Orlov ( the poor mans Valuev ), Skelton and the obligatory win over Zack Page that all prospects must have these days is a decent caliber of work for a fighter with only 12 fights.

I see him stopping The Iron man Rogan and i think he could get a title shot within 2 years if he keeps doing as he is.
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And Dominick Guinn!
and oloukun in his 3rd fight. His resume > Haye's.
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