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Chase Corbin Signs with Cameron Dunkin
Las Vegas– Undefeated welterweight Chase “Checkmate” Corbin, (8-0) has signed a multi year management contract with veteran boxing manager Cameron Dunkin.
“I’ve known who Chase is for a while,” Dunkin said. “He’s a big welterweight, he’s entertaining and can fight. I’m looking forward to getting him some good matches, and getting him back in action.” “Cameron is one of the best managers there is,” Corbin said. “and I’m ready to get bigger and better fights, and make the most of this opportunity.”
Dunkin signing Chase Corbin is a positive move for the undefeated welter, who has two knockout wins this last summer, and spent time in training camp sparring with Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. prior to his match with Brian Vera.
“Chase will be training at the Top Rank gym, and we plan to fight in January, and stay busy in 2014. ” Dunkin said. “He’s ready to get back in the ring, and keep the wins coming.”
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