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Martin Murray hits out at Arthur Abraham withdrawal

Martin Murray hits out at the decision of Arthur Abraham, who was withdrawn from their Monte Carlo encounter which was scheduled for November 12.

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Martin Murray has taken to Twitter to express his disappointment after his rematch with Arthur Abraham was cancelled.

Last year, the British super-middleweight suffered a close points defeat in a bout for the WBO title but he had been hoping to avenge that loss in a showdown in Monte Carlo on November 12.

However, it was revealed on Tuesday night that Abraham had pulled out of their scheduled clash through injury although it appears that the 36-year-old will go up against Robin Krasniqi in a final eliminator for his old belt.

Abraham's decision has effectively left Murray in limbo, with many of the other top super-middleweight contenders already in fights over the coming months.

Murray has not fought since losing on points to George Groves in June.

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