With 26 wins, 17 losses and three draws as a professional, with 14 of those win by knockout, The American former boxer Leon Spinks is back to form.
Finally, the undisputed world heavyweight champion is walking, talking and smiling again after a medicinal alarm coming from a chicken bone mishap.
As it was reported previously, Spinks was hospitalized after swallowing a chicken bone which got lodged in his digestive tract and he was in a pretty bad shape.
Steve Pacitti, Leon’s attorney has informed that the former champ is still hospitalized, however, he seems to respond well for the treatment given. “He’s healing. He’s on the road to recovery, he added.
“I went to see him the other night and when I walked in he flashed a huge smile. He’s in great spirits.” He said to the TMZ Sports.
Steve says that he’s quite uncertain as of when Spinks will be discharged from the hospital, but says that things are going good and he’s walking and talking.”
At the Sparkassen-Arena in Kiel, Germany, “KING” Arthur Abraham will defend his WBO super-middleweight crown against Paul Smith on September 27.
Subsequent to an agreed point’s success over Nikola Sjekola in May, Abraham is planning for a second defense of the WBO title he recouped in a exhilarating third encounter with Robert Stieglitz, having enjoyed a success at the Sparkassen-Arena, the reigning champion is relishing a return.
Paul Smith combating against Arthur Abraham
This being Abraham’s fourth ring appearance, he has already won three times before, of which two are knockout.
In order to gain his first world title shot, the 31-year-old has impressed at domestic level and elevated the WBO rankings.
”I am thrilled that the fight with Arthur Abraham has been confirmed,” said Smith.
During the latest edition of ShowTime championship boxing, the golden boy promotions president De La Hoya publicized that Danny Garcia will be coming back to the ring on August 9 at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York. Soon after that, it was also revealed that even Jr. Welterweight champion Lamont Peterson will also be appearing on the card in a detached bout.
Danny Garcia and Lamont Peterson to appear in separate bouts
Despite the fact that, no opponents were specified, sources say that Danny will likely be in a tune-up bout, in front of opponent like Rod Salka. There is no idea as to who Peterson will face; nevertheless, there are growling on the internet that Zab Judah former two-division world champion could get into the track. The frontrunner of both bouts could soon after be in line for Jr. Welterweight title unification. Furthermore on the card will be middleweight competitor Danny Jacobs, who will be taking on Jarrod Fletcher for the WBA middleweight title.
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