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WBO World Heavyweight Boxing Championship

Champion Sultan Ibragimov vs. Challenger Evander Holyfield

 
When it comes to heavyweight boxing, there has been few bigger names over the last 20 years than Evander "Real Deal" Holyfield . The former undisputed world champion and boxing legend makes one final charge at regaining his title crown when he challenges unbeaten WBO world heavyweight champion Sultan Ibragimov this weekend. Main Event Television will broadcast in Australia this special championship match LIVE from Moscow, Russia this coming Sunday 14 October 2007 from 3:00am AEST.
 
44 year-old Evander Holyfield from Atlanta, USA is the only four-time heavyweight world champion in boxing history and has a career record of  42 wins, 8 losses, 2 draws and 27 knockout victories. 32 year-old Sultan Ibragimov from Rostov-na-Donu, Russia has a record of  21 wins, 0 losses, 1 draw and 17 knockout wins.
 
The main event and undercard at the Khodynka Ice Palace, Moscow are available on pay-per-view from MAIN EVENT TELEVISION via FOXTEL, OPTUS and AUSTAR. Replays will be screened on the same day at 11:00am, 4:30pm and 8:30pm AEST and on the following day 15 October at 12:30am AEST.
 
Please make note of this major boxing match for your television guides.
 
Thankyou, 
 
PAUL UPHAM
Boxing Writer & Commentator
 
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ABOUT PAUL UPHAM

One of Australia and the worlds best known boxing writers and commentators today, Paul Upham is the Editor of SecondsOut.com and has written for the website continuously since 2000. The Editor of the Australian Boxing Almanac, he has also written pieces for The Australian newspaper, Fox SportsMain Event Television, KO and The Ring. 36 year-old Upham has appeared live on air as a boxing analyst for Main Event Television, Sky Channel, Fox Sports, Sky News Australia, SBS television, Radio 2UE Sydney, Radio SEN Melbourne and writes monthly for The Fist magazine. He is a member of The Ring magazine's world ratings panel. Paul Upham called the Kostya Tszyu vs. Ricky Hatton fight live from Manchester, England for a world wide viewing audience in the multi millions in more than 60 countries. In 2006 he Emceed the Australian Boxing Hall of Fame Annual Induction Dinner in Melbourne and for the last few years has hosted the successful Kostya Tszyu live stage show. On October 5, 2007, Upham's new book "Something Worth Fighting For", a biography on Kostya Tszyu, was published by ABC Books. 

 
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