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It’s a terrific matchup of tall and rangy power punchers to book their place in the lucrative tournament semi final.

Dorticos has dismissed all but one of his 21 opponents and all of Kudryashov’s 21 wins have been by knockout, with his one loss been at the capable hands of Olanrewaju Durado in 2 rounds, a loss he avenged in his last fight.

A bruising battle is a certainty with both capable of a knockout win, both fighters are aggressive and in your face types and we know Krudryshov can be hurt and stopped so Dorticos has the edge for me.

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