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Bellew-Cleverly Rematch Signed; Saunders-Eubank Jr In Jeopardy

Cruiserweight enemies Tony Bellew and Nathan Cleverly have agreed to reignite their rivalry as they have both agreed terms for a rematch at Liverpool’s Echo Arena on November 22. 462 more words

Cruiserweight: 2014, Apr 21-27

Undefeated prospect Yunier Dorticos continued to rip through the gatekeeper level of the division on Wednesday, knocking out Eric Fields at the end of the 4th round in Santa Monica.   1,304 more words
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Mchunu cruises past Wilson

Thabiso Mchunu’s win over Garrett Wilson may not have been spectacular but he enhanced his reputation as a really good defensive fighter.

Mchunu was too slick and too quick in his defense of the NABF cruiserweight title at the Foxwoods Resort in Mashantucket, Connecticut. 172 more words

Cruiserweight: 2014, Apr 14-20

The cruiserweight week began on Wednesday with a big upset.  Unbeaten Australian Brad Pitt appeared to be cruising to a dominant victory through the first 3 rounds of his scheduled 12-rounder with heretofore middling prospect David Aloua of New Zealand, when in the 4th round Aloua shocked him with a sudden bolt of lightning in the form of a right hand that dropped and badly hurt Pitt.   1,569 more words
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Hearn: Bellew-Cleverly Rematch Deal Is Almost Done

Promoter Eddie Hearn says that the hotly anticipated rematch between cruiserweight rivals Nathan Cleverly and Tony Bellew is close to being finalised.

Cleverly earned a narrow win over Bellew in October 2011 when he defended his WBO World Light Heavyweight title on enemy territory in Liverpool. 360 more words

Cruiserweight: 2014, Apr 7-13

Nothing of note to report on at cruiserweight last week.
Dan’s Top 20 (weeks in current position-weeks in top 10 (if applicable)-weeks in top 20) 1,318 more words
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Ratings update 2 September 2014

CRUISERWEIGHT

Number one Marco Huck (38-2-1, 26 KOs) won a twelve round unanimous decision over unrated Mirko Larghetti (21-1, 13 KOs). Huck had Larghetti out on his feet in the final seconds of the fight, but the final bell rang a mere second before the ref jumped in to wave the bout off. 113 more words

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