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Beterbiev is targeting his new Top Rank stablemates, writes Paul Wheeler



AFTER a drawn-out contractual wrangle with his previous handlers, GYM – which contributed to him fighting only once last year and once in 2017 – Russian lightheavyweight Artur Beterbiev officially signed a deal with promotional giants Top Rank in March. As a result, the fearsome IBF champion now finds himself sharing a promoter with a clutch of fellow light-heavy luminaries. WBC titlist Oleksandr Gvozdyk is a Top Rank fighter, as is Gilberto Ramirez, who has recently moved up from super-middleweight, where he won WBO honours. The Las Vegas-based company also co-promote Sergey Kovalev and Eleider Alvarez, who have exchanged the WBO belt between them in their last two bouts.

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