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Andy Lee Is Angling For Possibly The Biggest Fight Of His Career

Andy Lee Is Angling For Possibly The Biggest Fight Of His Career
By Conor O'Leary
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Andy Lee doesn't normally subscribe to the Conor McGregor school of calling out anyone and everyone, making a noise for himself and making sure that people know who Conor McGregor is.

Lee, by no means a lesser star, is a lot more quiet - but he's starting to call people out as he looks to get another fight after losing his title to Billy Joe Saunders.

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What a fight that would be. Cotto is the first and only Puerto Rican to win belts in four different weight classes, and is looking to make a comeback after losing his middleweight title to Canelo Alvarez last November. It's been said that he has set a date in the Barclays Centre in New York on June 18th, but we don't know who the opposition is yet.

It's rumoured that Juan Manuel Marquez is the likely opponent, with other contenders being Argentine Diego Chaves, or Russian welterweight Ruslan Provodnikov.

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It's good to see Lee at least throw his hat into the ring, and if he gets it it would mark a big chance for the Limerick man.

See Also: How Andy Lee's Problems Became Far Fewer Thanks To Jay-Z

Picture credit: Ramsey Cardy / SPORTSFILE

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