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You can view the page at http://checkhookboxing.com/content.php?655-Rule-Britannia-show-postponed-until-April-20th
:eddieAlex Morrison, Burns' manager, says his man has been left significantly out of pocket by the move, the second time in three months he has had a fight cancelled late on.
"We are very unhappy with this latest postponement," Morrison told STV. "Especially after the fight was called off in December [against Jose Ocampo], and now this. This is unacceptable.
"I spoke to Ricky this morning. As you can imagine he's upset.
"He's sacrificed a lot, training and the cost of sparring partners. That's about £12,000 of his own money in training costs he's now down over the last two fights.
"The treatment of him is pretty disrespectful."
Warren says the fight will now go ahead on April 20 at Wembley Arena.
When asked by STV to comment on the proposed rearrangement, Morrison said: "They can say what they want about it. I'm not saying if it is or isn't going to go ahead on that day.
"Let's just say our relationship with Frank Warren is pretty strained."
You put the 'Inspector' in WalletInspector.Miguel Vazquez's doctor's note dated February 25th: http://www.frankwarren.com/images/downloads/DR_ROMAN_CRUZ.pdf
Miguel Vazquez at Daniel Ponce De Leon's gym, March 2nd:
I'd be amazed if it did.If it is a genuine illness that Vazquez had then why would Morrisons relationship with him be strained?! Wouldn't be surprised if this didn't happen even on the rescheduled date.
Someone asked him on twitter if he was gonna get Ricky Burns on and he said no :lol:Warren on Bunce Hour tonight to spin this