Andre Ward: 5 Reasons He Should Move Up to the Light Heavyweight Division

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Andre Ward: 5 Reasons He Should Move Up to the Light Heavyweight Division
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Andre Ward moving on to 175 after a dominant run at 168.

Andre Ward's success in the super middleweight (168-pounds) division is now his greatest enemy. How can he possibly top his amazing run that includes victories over every elite fighter or world champion in the division?

Move up in weight and do it all over again.

The light heavyweight (175-pounds) division has tough fighters and good money to be made. Ward's management and promoters just have to negotiate with the most lucrative dance partners.

Here's a look at who these 175-pound dance partners are and why Ward must change the beat to prevent a career stagnation from doing the same ol' two-step at 168.

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