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Coyle defends NABA title at WBA Convention – World Boxing Association

The World Boxing Association (WBA) KO Drugs, to be held on December 11 on the opening day of the Centennial Convention, will have Irishman Conor Coyle defending his NABA middleweight title against Sladan Janjanin of Bosnia. 

The Caribe Royale Hotel, Orlando, will host a great event, organized by Boxlab Promotions and will have Coyle in the first defense of his belt the body affiliated with the pioneer organization. 

Coyle won his belt last May 21 when he defeated Antonio Todd at the same venue where this fight will take place. The 32-year-old fighter got a split decision and won the NABA belt in a good performance. 

His next opponent will be Janjanin, a very experienced fighter who has fought good opponents. Among the list of fighters he has faced are Bektemir Melikuziev and Martin Murray. Janjanin will look for a surprise and take advantage of his experience to beat the champion in this great showcase that he will have in the evening. 

It will be a 14-fight card with the presence of fighters from multiple countries. Other stars such as Sergio Martinez, Yamaguchi Falcao and Orestes Velazquez.



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