Boxing: Previews and Predictions of February's 10 Biggest Fights

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Boxing: Previews and Predictions of February's 10 Biggest Fights
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The cancellation of the Feb. 11 rematch between Victor Ortiz and Andre Berto announced yesterday leaves a big hole in February's big fight schedule.

Despite this disappointment however, there are still a host of excellent fights on the horizon.

This weekend see's Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. in possibly his toughest test to date against Mexican slugger Marco Antonio Rubio.

Pound for Pound contender Nonito Donaire faces off with former WBO super bantamweight champ Wilfredo Vazquez Jr.

We will see who the best cruiserweight in the world is when Steve Cunningham looks to avenge his loss against Yoan Pablo Hernandez.

Later in the month there's good heavyweight action in store as Vitali Klitschko and Alexander Povetkin are both in fights.

The fight of the month could come in the welterweight showdown between Devon Alexander and Marcos Maidana. When was Maidana last in a bad fight?

Add to this Paul Williams, Jorge Arce, Tavoris Cloud, Marco Huck and Demetrius Andrade, and by the end of the month we might've forgotten the disappointment of Ortiz-Berto.

Here are previews and predictions of the ten biggest fights upcoming this month.

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