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Yuriorkis Gamboa injured, out of July 3rd bout with Chris Colbert

As first reported by Keith Idec and later confirmed by Mike Coppinger, veteran Yuriorkis Gamboa is out of his July 3rd Showtime main event against WBA interim super featherweight champion Chris Colbert with an injured rib. Colbert (15-0, 6 KO) had some unkind words for his stricken foe. For the...
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Xavier Martinez wants Chris Colbert who DMs him insults on the regular

Xavier Martinez is focused on opponent Juan Carlos Burgos, but he badly wants to fight Chris Colbert next. The two have an odd history. Xavier Martinez and Chris Colbert are promising super featherweights, but they certainly don’t like each other. Martinez fights Juan Carlos Burgos on Saturday, May 15, but Colbert’s name keeps coming up.
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Salas Aims To Take Gamboa Back To His Roots To Shock Chris Colbert

Former world champion Yuriorkis Gamboa is looking to shine bright with his needed reunion with respected trainer Ismael Salas. Gamboa will face undefeated WBA interim-super featherweight world champion Chris Colbert (15-0, 6 KOs), another talented young boxer who is on the rise, in a Showtime televised main event on July 3rd.
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Dr. Chris Colbert Talks Covid-19 and Healthcare Disparities.

Dr. Christopher Colbert is an international speaker, academic, and ER specialist with over 18 years of experience. His show airs on ABC 7 Chicago WLS on Sundays at 6:45 am, where he talks about Emergency Medicine, Covid- 19, and healthcare disparities. In addition, Dr. Chris Colbert is the assistant program director of emergency medicine residency at UIC, a Lieutenant Major in the United States Army, and Vice-chair of continuing medical education and oral board review for the American College of Osteopathic Emergency Physicians (ACOEP).
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Yuriorkis Gamboa And Chris Colbert Heading Towards July Showdown

Yuriokis Gamboa has seemingly settled into his role as gatekeeper. Although his mantle is filled with world titles in numerous weight classes and a 2004 Olympic Gold medal, the Cuban native is no longer a true threat in either the 130 or 135-pound division. With Gamboa turning 40 years old...