Efe Ajagba, Lenier Pero and Viktor Vykhyrst all fighting this month

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  1. Scott Cork

    Scott Cork Well-Known Member Full Member

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    Ajagba faces Hungarian Jozsef Darmos on the undercard of Jose Pedraza vs Richard Commey on August 27th.

    Pero is on the undercard of Adrien Broner vs Omar Figueroa on 20th August. He will be facing Joel Caudle.

    Viktor Vykhyrst returns on the undercard of Ukrainian butterbean vs Kingpin on August 13th. He fights Adnan Redzovic.
     
  2. ShortRound

    ShortRound Member Full Member

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    All very poor tune ups/stay busy fights.

    320 amateur bouts took it out of Pero: he was KO'd in 2/3 of his last amateur bouts, by Frazier Clarke and Hrgovic. Maybe he took too many hard fights in quick succession but his chin has recovered since, maybe his chin has been cracked. Whatever the case may be, he's already picked up a MD against
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    Vykhryst went life and death in a
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    with Kiladze (who also dropped Ajagba) being dropped twice before a premature stoppage in his favour.
     
  3. catchwtboxing

    catchwtboxing Boxing Junkie Full Member

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  4. CroBox29

    CroBox29 Active Member Full Member

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    Very bad opponents that will serve as easy training, sparring against better fighters is more useful than these desperate fights that lead nowhere, Ajagba completely disappeared from the radar after the defeat and could start to decline...
     
  5. Chuck Norris

    Chuck Norris Obsessed with Boxing Full Member

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    Pero and Ukrainian Butterbean actually fought.

     
  6. Big Ukrainian

    Big Ukrainian Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    He dropped Kiladze 3 times himself though - it wassn't like he was battered all the way around and then got a controversial stoppage.

    But yes, I agree his next opponent is awful, though Ajagba's one is probably even worse
     
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