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Parody: Ward vs Kovalev III Signed For Russia in August

14290034_10208613985640343_6188339886909850702_oWorld Light Heavweight champion Andre Ward has accepted a ten million dollar offer to fight Sergey Kovalev for a third straight time, this time in St Petersburg, Russia on August 18.

Upset by cries of fix and inside job, Ward was offered the gigantic guarantee to face Kovalev in Russia with three Russian judges and a white Russian referee and he immediately accepted the offer.

“I want to prove that both of my controversial wins against Kovalev were authentic,” stated Ward to HBO’s Max Kellerman. “Kovalev is a good fighter and I want to give him another chance. I also want to face the challenge of overcoming three Russian judges and a Russian referee. Because I confess having American judges and referees greatly helped me in both wins vs Sergey and I want to do him the same favor.”

Also on the undercard WBC Heavyweight champ Deontay Wilder has agreed to face Alexander Povetkin. Wilder’s advisor Al Haymon said, “We want to prove to the world we don’t fear any challenge for Deontay. It’s just a coincidence that every single one of his fights so far for his pro career were against handpicked patsies that I control. We want Povetkin in Russia and then Joshua in London.”

Haymon also revealed that Floyd Mayweather is considering canceling the bout with Conor McGregor to instead face Gennady Golovkin on the undercard of the super bill. “We don’t care about money. We want to give the fans the best fights possible, that’s our new philosophy,” said Haymon.

“I have decided to cure my disease of excessive greed. I want to dedicate my career in boxing to giving the fans and the sport the best fights possible,” Haymon said. “I want to do my best to get rid of circus sideshow set-up fights and try to make boxing great again.”

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