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Damaged Otto Wallin sets up a coward


Heavyweight boxer Otto Wallin, 29, has injured one foot. He is now forced to pull out of the fight against ex-world champion Lucas Browne in Las Vegas on March 28. "It's really sour," he tells Expressen.

It was during a sparring session that the Sundsvall zone hurt one foot. Then the injury worsened this weekend when he was in Las Vegas and did media in connection with the big match between Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury.

- When I got into a taxi, I stepped wrong and then it slipped into my foot and made a huge dent. Right at the place I've been sore, he tells Expressen.

After a doctor's visit, it is now clear that he is forced to withdraw from the fight against Browne. The Russian Apti Davtaev replaces him.

- It's probably a crack in the little toe. I will have this now for four to six weeks and then I have to go back, says Wallin.

- I think the next game will be sometime this summer.

ARCHIVE: Otto Wallin lost to Tyson Fury (September 15, 2019)

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Otto Wallin lost to Tyson Fury

Source: svt

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