Baltimore native Hasim Rahman will begin his comeback attempt on March 11 at Michael's Eighth Avenue in Glen Burnie, where he will take on former
cruiserweight world champion Al Cole, Rahman said Wednesday.
"Basically we have a restructuring program mapped out to get me back to a title shot, and we're coming home to where it all started," Rahman, 31, said
from the Las Vegas home he purchased in August.
Rahman is still dangerous and has a pretty decent record,he did well to come back when he was knocked out by Oleg Maskaev in 1999 and still show he
was a decent fighter.He is still young and good enough to have some name recognition.
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