Kolle Returning to the Ring

Updated: 03/28/2014 7:00 AM
Created: 03/28/2014 6:54 AM
By: Eyewitness Sports

Hinckley, Minn. - It has been 14 months since he last fought, but Duluth's Andy 'Kaos' Kolle will be back in a boxing ring Friday, March 28th.

The former Minnesota Middleweight Champion will be in the co-main event on the 'Friday Night Fights' card at Grand Casino in Hinckley. Kolle will battle 'Dangerous' Ryan Davis of East St. Louis, Illinois. Davis is a veteran with 24 wins in 39 fights in his career. Kolle is 25-4, but lost his last fight to Cerresso Fort, which was in January of last year. He has had time to rest and refocus and the plan is to unleash 'Kaos' Friday night.

"He (Davis) has got a good record, he's a strong fighter and he comes forward and comes right at you every time and he is at that spot in his career where a win is going to bring him onto something bigger and better, so he is coming to win as well and I just want the opportunity to go out there and show that my last fight wasn't me and anybody who has seen me fight before knows that wasn't me and we all have bad days and a bad day at the office and I want to prove that wasn't me in that fight," says Kolle.

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