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It's time to take a look at the fixtures for week 4 of our Boxing Prediction League. I said last weekend's fixtures were the best of the season so far, well the fixtures for this week might be the best yet. We have six fights for you to predict, three of those fights involve a World Title, one an interim belt, and the other two bouts could see the winners fight for a world title later in the year.

Here is the League Table after Week 3

1) Vitali Klitschko Vs Manuel Charr - This fight is for Vitali Klitschko's WBC Heavyweight Title, and it might be Vitali's last ever fight. Charr is an unbeaten Heavyweight, he doesn't look like the most skilled Heavyweight out their, but he will give his all in this fight.

Their has been A LOT of talk about a clash between Vitali and David Haye, Charr called out David Haye after Haye beat Chisora, the winner of Klitschko/Charr could fight David Haye sometime next year.

2) Tony Bellew Vs Edison Miranda - If your planning on watching this fight, don't blink. Both of these guys are big punchers, Bellew has a 60% knock-out ratio, Miranda's is over 70%. Neither Bellew or Miranda have a good defence, both are their to be hit. This fight will be very explosive.

3) Lucas Matthysse Vs Ajose Olusegun  - This was the co main event to the Devon Alexander/Randall Bailey fight, but Bailey pulled out with an injury, so Matthysse/Olusegun was promoted to top of the bill. Matthysse is a pressure fighter with a big punch, Olusegun is an underrated boxer, this is another fight this weekend that guarantee's excitement. Olusegun has wins over fairly well-known British fighters in Colin Lynes, Nigel Wright and Bradley Pryce.

Matthysse is more proven at World Level, but Olusegun has absolutely nothing to lose in this fight.

4) Tomasz Adamek Vs Travis Walker - This is the second Heavyweight fight on the fixtures list, it features former title challenger, Tomasz Adamek and contender Travis Walker. Adamek is the more skilled boxer, but at Heavyweight he is vulnerable, and as Walker proved in his last bout, one punch can change a fight.

Here is a video of Travis Walkers knock-out win over Kali Meehan courtesy of Boxing Torrents:


5) Andre Ward Vs Chad Dawson - This is a fight between two of the most skilled boxers in the business, two top ten pound for pound fighters, Chad Dawson is moving down in weight to take on unbeaten, Andre Ward. The fight is in Oakland, Ward's back yard, and Ward's WBC and WBA title's are on the line.

This fight may not be as entertaining as some of the other fights on the fixtures list, but if your more interested in technical fights, I suggest you watch this. The winner of this has a very good argument for being in the top three pound for pound boxers in the world.

6) Antonio DeMarco Vs John Molina - This is the sixth and final fight on the fixtures list, it's for the WBC Lightweight championship. Champion, DeMarco will attempt to successfully defend his title for the second time, his challenger is in-form, John Molina.

You wouldn't put these two in the same league as Ward/Dawson in terms of skill, but they make up for it in heart and courage. Both DeMarco and Molina are warriors who never take a step back, Ward/Dawson is the more important fight, but DeMarco/Molina could steal the show.

Sample Prediction
Klitschko KO
Miranda UD
Matthysse UD
Walker SD
Ward KO
Molina MD

KO = knock-out, UD = unanimous decision, MD = majority decision, SD = split decision.

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