Boxing – Rabchenko: I want to show what I’ve learned from Ricky

By BoxRec News | BoxRecNews 9 hours ago Bet on Boxing The fight is warm-up for Rabchenko’s title defence against Spaniard Ruben Varon (41-6) on October 4 in in Madrid, Spain. Varon has notched up six wins in Spain since he gave world title challenger Matthew Macklin problems before eventually losing a decision for the European middleweight belt in Liverpool back in 2010. Rabchenko, trained in Manchester by Ricky Hatton, said: “No one believed that I would be on this show and that Ricky Hatton would come to Minsk. Now they can see the posters. “I would like to express my gratitude to Ricky and (international agent) Philippe Fondu. They made it a dream come true that I can box in front of my home fans. “I want to show all the crowd what I have learned from Ricky.

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When you have an Abner Mares fight, you just know it’s going to be an exciting fight. “We sold out in Carson the last time (Marcos Maidana vs. Josesito Lopez and Alfredo Angulo vs. Erislandy Lara) and hopefully we’ll sell out again.

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