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Former undefeated WBO heavyweight title-holder Corrie Sanders will return to action 'in the next couple of months' according to manager Vernon Smith, who will meet promoter Klaus-Peter Kohl in his Hamburg, Germany offices this weekend to discuss the way forward for the hard-hitting southpaw from South Africa.
Sanders won the WBO title by knocking out Wladimir Klitschko in March of 2003 but elected to relished the belt in favour of a shot v Vitali Klitschko for the vacant WBC belt this April. Sanders lost in eight rounds but the fight was a bit of a thriller (if a slightly artless one) and the US fans really warmed to 'the Sniper'. In the days following the Los Angeles brawl, most media outlets reported that Sanders had retired. However, as Smith told SecondsOut at the time, Sanders kept his options open.