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The rematch is official and former IBF World super middleweight titlist James DeGale will take on current champion Caleb Truax in the rematch.

The fight will take place on April 7th at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada.

DeGale went through a shocking loss against Truax back in December when the American managed to get the upset victory over ‘Chunky’ in front of DeGale’s fans in London.

After hearing the judges scorecards, DeGale admitted that he had rushed his comeback following the shoulder surgery and put on a poor performance against the unknown challenger.

— James DeGale (@jamesdegale1) March 9, 2018

DeGale is seeking some serious payback in Las Vegas and promises that the ‘real JD will be back on fight night.’

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