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Eddie Chambers returns on September 18th

Turns out he's still trucking along. Sort of.

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Patrick Stumberg is a freelance writer for SB Nation, first joining the network in 2011 before linking up with Bad Left Hook in 2015.

Former heavyweight title challenger Eddie Chambers will enter the ring for the first time since November of 2014, taking on journeyman Galen Brown in Atlantic City two weeks from yesterday.

Chambers (41-4, 22 KO) entered his 2010 title bout with Wladimir Klitschko with a record of 38-1 and a win over unbeaten Alexander Dimitrenko in the fight before. After being knocked out in twelve, "Fast Eddy" picked up a rebound win before dropping consecutive bouts to Tomasz Adamek and Thabiso Mchunu, the latter of whom he faced at cruiserweight.

He's since won five straight against opponents with such sterling records as 9-45-6, 5-39-4, and most recently 8-3. The fact that the 43-31-1, 25 KO Brown is a step up is just sad.

If you were wondering just what happened to Eddie besides being Tyson Fury's sparring partner, now you know. Just a little something to tide you over before tomorrow's kickass PBC card.

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