Travis Kauffman: ‘I Can’t Wait to Get Back in the Ring’

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travis_kauffman_4On the eve of one of the biggest Heavyweight title fights to take place in the United States in years,
Heavyweight contender Travis “My Time” Kauffman (28-1, 20 KOs) is close to being ready for action following knee surgery and the former amateur standout is ready for a big run at the elite Heavyweights in the world.

“I can not wait to get back in the ring,” said Kauffman

Kauffman, who has won 9 straight bouts and has been off for a year as he injured his knee in the spring and had the surgery.

“I see that there is a lot of action now here in the states. There is Deontay Wilder who is fighting for the title on Saturday and there has been a lot of rumblings about Bryant Jennings challenging Wladimir Klitschko in April. When I get back it will be “My Time” and I am looking to fight the best out there. I will be very prepared as I have what I believe is the strongest team in the division which is my father Marshall Kauffman, Naazim Richardson and my manager Al Haymon.”

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