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Heavyweight Division Would Clear Up If I Was In Charge!

As most boxing fans know, the heavyweight division is the most incomplete division in boxing. All other divisions have a clear champion, whose faces represent their respective weight classes. O’Neil Bell represents the Cruiserweights, Joe Calzaghe the Super Middleweights, and Floyd Mayweather Jr. the Welterweight division, and so on. Last year we saw four different heavyweight hold four first different belts, and surprisingly, it ended the same way. Though new champions were crowned, a unified championship bout was never made. Luckily, this year, with my help, boxing fans will soon find out who the true face of the heavyweight division is.

As most boxing fans know, the heavyweight division is the most incomplete division in boxing. All other divisions have a clear champion, whose faces represent their respective weight classes. O’Neil Bell represents the Cruiserweights, Joe Calzaghe the Super Middleweights, and Floyd Mayweather Jr. the Welterweight division, and so on. Last year we saw four different heavweights hold four first different belts, and surprisingly, it ended the same way. Though new champions were crowned, a unified championship bout was never made. Luckily, this year, with my help, boxing fans will soon find out who the true face of the heavyweight division is.

The following is list of fights that are set in stone (typed in bold) and others that should take place before the year ends (typed in italic):

Nicolai Valuev (WBA) vs Jameel McCline – Jan. 10th in Switzerland

Shannon Briggs (WBO) vs Sultan Ibragimov – March 10th in New York

Wladimir Klitschko (IBF) vs Oleg Maskaev (WBC) – March 10th in Russia

Sam Peter vs Winner of Maskaev/Klitschko – July in USA

Briggs/Ibragimov vs Valuev/McCline – July in USA

The Winner of The July Bouts Meet in November to declare a new Unified Heavyweight Champion in Las Vegas, NV!!!

Though it’s easier said than done, the above mentioned schedule can easily take place, and most importantly, doesn’t include heavyweight slob John Ruiz, brain dead Evander Holyfield, or heavyweight slob and brain dead James Toney.

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