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Cleverly vs. Hawk


Nathan Cleverly will defend his World Boxing Organisation light-heavyweight title vs. American Shawn Hawk at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California on Saturday night (Nov 10).


The 28 year-old from Atlantic City, New Jersey, replaces Ryan Coyne, who withrew from the bout due to a contractual dispute late last week. Hawk boasts a record of 23 wins, 2 defeats and 1 draw.  

Hawks gets the fight despite losing a unanimous 12 round decision to eight fight novice Eleider Alvarez for the WBO/NABO light heavyweight title back in June of this year.



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