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Friday, June 3, 2022

Kaminsky's Fight is Off

Middleweight David Kaminsky has endured several postponements of his comeback fight this summer. Originally, he was supposed to fight in May, then it was late June, which became early July. He no longer has a scheduled fight date, but hopes to be back in late summer.

Kaminsky likely dodged a bullet with the postponement of his May date. He had been scheduled to fight on a Triller card on May 14 featuring Sergey Kovalev and Kubrat Pulev in separate bouts. According to Dan Rafael of Big Fight Weekend, Triller has not paid Kovalev, Pulev, or Kovalev's opponent, Pulev's brother Tervel.

Kaminsky, a California-based Israeli, will go more than two years without a prizefight the next time he enters one. Some of that time was spent recovering from a knee injury. The southpaw is 6-1 with 3-0 KOs. He's just 21 years old, so he has plenty of time to reinvigorate his boxing career.

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