Sam Soliman returns March 13

By Ray Wheatley – World of Boxing

Former IBF middleweight champion Sam” King” Soliman (46-14-1, 19 KOs) returns to ring action against Nigerian King Davidson (20-3, 13 KOs) at the Bankstown Paceway, Condell Park on March 13. “I am in the best shape of my career at the age of 47 years,” Soliman told Paul Nasari on Radio 2BACR. “I have trained hard for this fight and know I am the underdog like I have been in many of my fights but I will prove them wrong again on March 13.

“I beat Mark Lucas in April 2019 in my last fight and have been in the ring with boxing greats Jermain Taylor and Felix Sturm who I dominated to win the world title. The boxing fans will see Sam ‘King’ Soliman at his best at Bankstown on March 13.”

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  • Regardless of his record, Sam Soliman will always be one tough SOB. They should have named him, “RAWHIDE.”

  • Soliman used to soak his body in ice baths after some matches! Pretty darn cold to do that! Props to him for having a tough mentality!

  • This man will fight until he’s 60 – and I have no problem with that. Soliman – Bika trilogy in 2021!

  • Soliman in 2!
    I respect this guy and have spoken to him a few times throughout the years. Very underrated in Australia compared to others boxers there. A true warrior and all out nice guy.

  • Soliman showed his age when he got knocked out by Sergiy Derevyanchenko in 2016, and that was five years ago. He’s a great fighter and one tough SOB, but it’s time for him to enjoy retirement.

  • This is sad and it’s wrong. The bloke is barely coherent these days he’s been punched in the head so many times. He’s a helluva nice fella but enough is enough. The authorities are there to protect fighters from themselves. And no better example of the authorities needing to step up is this. This fight should not proceed.

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