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Q&A interview with Rustam Nugaev: Looking to make another big impression on March 7th FNF

Interview With Exciting Lightweight Contender Rustam Nugaev: Lightweight contender Rustam Nugaev sat down with ProBoxing-Fans.com to discuss his career, including his upcoming March 7 bout against former title challenger Marvin Quintero. Nugaev, a 5’10” slugger, made big strides in 2013 with 4 knockouts in as many bouts–two coming on ESPN. He again looks to inject some excitement on another Friday Night Fights telecast.

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Q&A interview with undefeated prospect Roman Morales

Interview With Hot 122-Pound Prospect Roman Morales, In Action on Friday Night Fights March 7th: ProBoxing-Fans spent some time talking to unbeaten super bantamweight prospect Roman Morales to discuss his career, his future, and his upcoming ESPN-televised bout against tough Russian Khabir Suleymanov March 7 on Friday Night Fights. Morales, from the little-known Central California town of San Ardo, has packed in 17 fights into a 3-year career that has seen him score some nice wins and already emerge on the precipice of contender status. In a division that is picking up steam, Morales will have some chances coming soon ...

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Q&A with Vyacheslav Glazkov on his Olympic experience, faces Tomasz Adamek next

Heavyweight Vyacheslav “Czar” Glazkov competed at the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing, China and despite an injury that prevented him from competing in the finals he won the Bronze medal. Currently in training camp for his March 15th battle on NBCSN Fight Night against Tomasz Adamek, Czar watched last night’s closing ceremonies in Sochi (which is not far from his native Ukraine). He reminisced about his own Olympic experiences in 2008.

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Undefeated Bradley Saunders ready for big things in 2014, back in action March 29th

Saunders – “I would walk to Scotland to fight Willie Limond” Boxing pundits tend to avow traits such as passion and confidence as vital to a fighter in ensuring the fulfillment of his talent, though rarely is happiness made mention of. It is perhaps an under-appreciated characteristic, though speaking with undefeated junior welterweight Bradley Saunders on a quiet Sunday evening it is clear that I am conversing with a man who is content with where he is right now.

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Results: Dereck Chisora & Tyson Fury each win, closer to summer rematch

Tyson Fury and Dereck Chisora each took care of business in their twin bill over the weekend, moving one big step closer to their much talked about summer rematch. Find a quick over view of the Chisora vs. Johnson results and Fury vs. Abell results here. You’ll also find some photos, as well as video interviews with the fighters, including Tyson Fury, who discusses his performance and his return to activity over a lengthy layoff and plenty of frustrations along the way.

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Chisora vs. Johnson, Fury vs. Abell video interviews, workout footage & press conference

Dereck Chisora is adamant that he will knockout American motormouth Kevin Johnson when the pair clash this weekend. The heavyweights came face-to-face at Thursday’s press conference ahead of their showdown at the Copper Box Arena. Right here, you can find a huge collection of material from the Chisora vs. Johnson and Fury vs. Abell fights, including video interviews with the fighters, quotes, video footage of their public workout sessions, and more.

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Huge Q&A interview with Tyson Fury: Talks Chisora, Haye, fighting anybody for money, & much more

It isn’t just a 6′ 9″, 250-pound frame that distinguishes Tyson Fury as potentially the biggest superstar in British sport. After 21 consecutive pro wins, the trigger tongued traveller is on the cusp of challenging for the world heavyweight title and don’t expect the build-up to slip beneath the radar. Everybody, it seems, harbors an opinion on Fury’s fighting talent and kamikaze mindset – and not all of them are favorable – but Tyson continues to grow bolder with each passing victory.

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Videos: Carl Frampton & Barry McGuigan discuss upcoming fight

Carl Frampton’s next fight was recently announced and confirmed, as the Belfast bomber will be taking on Hugo Cazares. It’s a huge fight for Frampton, not only because Cazares is a respected, tough veteran, but also because bigger fights are looming next. With a win, and an impressive performance, Frampton may just be able to land his much-coveted fight against Leo Santa Cruz in his next match.

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