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American heavyweight hitman Eddie Chambers has joined Team Fury Promotions and will be trained by the renowned Peter Fury.The Philadelphian bruiser turned professional in 2000 at just 18 and has amassed a record of 40 fights with 36 wins and only four defeats.

 

 

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American heavyweight hitman Eddie Chambers has joined Team Fury Promotions and will be trained by the renowned Peter Fury.The Philadelphian bruiser turned professional in 2000 at just 18 and has amassed a record of 40 fights with 36 wins and only four defeats.

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--- Very bizarre news. Guess Eddie stunk it out so badly the past couple of years that this represents his last hope.

 

I never for once thought he lived up to his potential, but truth is most fighters don't any more than most of us in the public ever fully live up to our potentials. He should be taking Bryant Jennings to home schooling but good luck to him anyway.....

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Huge mistake for Eddie going back to HW. I guess he's hoping to cash out as an easy offering to Wlad, (Lord knows, he'd be better than Leapai) but other than that he has no future there.

 

You gotta' feel bad for Eddie: He did the right thing moving to CW, but bumped into an unknown monster in Thabiso McHunu. McHunu is an incredibly promising fighter: Fast hands, great power, good defense. Eddie sure picked the wrong guys to face first. He really should stay at CW.

 

BTW - McHunu has a fight coming up this Friday (Jan 24th) and against a very tough, former Olympian opponent. I can't wait to see how he handles this guy. McHunu could seriously be the future of the CW division.

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Re: Eddie Chambers joins Team Fury

 

Huge mistake for Eddie going back to HW. I guess he's hoping to cash out as an easy offering to Wlad, (Lord knows, he'd be better than Leapai) but other than that he has no future there.

 

You gotta' feel bad for Eddie: He did the right thing moving to CW, but bumped into an unknown monster in Thabiso McHunu. McHunu is an incredibly promising fighter: Fast hands, great power, good defense. Eddie sure picked the wrong guys to face first. He really should stay at CW.

 

BTW - McHunu has a fight coming up this Friday (Jan 24th) and against a very tough, former Olympian opponent. I can't wait to see how he handles this guy. McHunu could seriously be the future of the CW division.

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