Found November 19, 2012 on Pro Boxing Fans:
We're back with the latest edition of the boxing rumor mill, and it's a good one. We'll be talking about two fights which should be coming our way in early 2013, first between Andre Ward and Kelly Pavlik, and then between Zab Judah and Danny Garcia. Next, we'll also be touching on some of Ricky Hatton's startling comments and admissions made during a media conference call on Monday afternoon. Andre Ward vs. Kelly Pavlik Credit: Alexis Cuarezma - Goossen Tutor According to, Andre Ward is now officially scheduled to face Kelly Pavlik on on January 26th in Los Angeles, in an HBO-televised title fight. The Ward vs. Pavlik clash had been rumored for quite some time, and now looks set. It's a huge opportunity for Pavlik to reach his old heights, and for Ward, he gets a big name opponent. Realistically, I don't see Pavlik as having a chance in the fight, not the 2012 rendition of the Ghost, any way. If the 2008 Pavlik could be placed into the r...

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