The men, who first fought each other back in January 2012 have apparently got "unfinished business" with the original bout ending after a clash of heads. A rematch between the two however has left a sour taste in our mouth.
After the first encounter, which was won by Seton via a 5th round technical decision, Olubamiwo failed a drugs test for EPO. He later confessed to using a cocktail of banned substances and was banned for 4 years. Unfortunately that ban was later cut down and he only spent 22 months out of the ring for his dangerous and potentially fatal act.
Whilst we're not a political website and generally won't tell authorities what they should and shouldn't do, their is no way Olubamiwo should be welcomed in to a boxing ring and the British Boxing Board of Control should be ashamed of themselves for effectively giving "The War Machine" a pass on what he did. The book should have been thrown at him and instead he got a slap on the wrist.
We don't usually "cheer lead" a guy but come on Sexton, finish business and finish the career of Olubamiwo. Do what the BBBofC should have done!
(Photo courtesy of boxrec.com)