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Trupish faced with tough decisions


By Dave Spencer
Photo: Gil Gatchalian

After a devastating loss to the hands of Deshon Johnson last Friday, previously undefeated junior-middleweight Adam Trupish’s new promoter Mike Cohen is still taking stock of the situation moving forward. After being on shelf close to a year, it was expected that Trupish (11-1 8KO) who was headlining in Vancouver would take care of business against an opponent who had lost six in a row, albeit against a good level of opposition. Anything but happened as Trupish was knocked down in the second and never recovered before eventually being stopped in seven. “Unfortunately I can’t take too much positive out of it,” Cohen told FightNews about the performance. “Adam was an excellent amateur and seemed like he was on his way to being a real contender. I didn’t see it with my own eyes, but from what I was told, Adam couldn’t get out of the way, from anything.” Click here to keep reading>>>

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