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Some interesting boxing stories for this week.

Abraham could fight Pavlik - Back in 2008, Pavlik/Abraham was almost as big as Mayweather/Pacquiao. Fans desperately wanted to see this fight happen. But for whatever reason (boxing politics) the fight didn't happen. Five years later, a move up in weight and the fight is being talked about for 2013.

Tomasz Adamek to go IBF route - Tomasz Adamek controversially out-pointed Steve Cunningham last weekend. The fight was close, but Cunningham did the better work. Adamek and his team are now in talks to take on undefeated, Kubrat Pulev in an IBF World Title "Final eliminator."

Lucas Matthysse ready for Danny Garcia - In a recent interview, Lucas Matthysse stated that he had asked Golden Boy promotions to make a fight between him and Light Welterweight king, Danny Garcia. The fight could and should happen in 2013, it would be one of the biggest fights in boxing today.

Wake me up before you Ogogo - Anthony Ogogo did Great Britain proud in the Olympics by winning a bronze medal. Ogogo will be turning pro, but not with a British promoter. Golden Boy Promotions announced that they have signed Ogogo and are interested in making big fight cards in the UK.

Oscar De La Hoya Tweeted:

"Welcome to the family Anthony Ogogo on behalf of the entire Golden Boy boxing team. Congratulations! Now let's make history."

Bute also in line to take on Pavlik - This fight was scheduled to happen in 2011, but Pavlik opted to pull out and the bout was never talked about again. However earlier this week Andre Ward was forced to cancel his fight with Kelly Pavlik due to shoulder surgery. Team Bute and Pavlik are in talks to fight again.

Martinez coming to the end of his career - In an interview in Argentina, Sergio Martinez confessed that his boxing career, which started fifteen years ago, is in it's final stages. Martinez stated that he has signed a three fight deal with HBO, and those three fights will likely be his last. He takes on Martin Murray in Argentina next April.

That's it for this week, which boxing news story interests you??