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Tuesday, September 9, 2014

Cigars and women can wait as Scott promises to KO Leapai

Malik Scott has a few hobbies he'd like to pursue once he retires from the fight game. In no particular order; dancing with his daughter, educating the world about quality cigars and bedding bevies of beautiful ladies.

But that's then. And 'then' would only eventuate if he loses to Alex Leapai on October 24 as the Logan City heavyweight makes his first venture back into the ring since his heavy loss to Wladimir Klitschko in April.

Scott (36-2-1) is coming off a similarly humbling defeat, being knocked out in the first round by rising American heavyweight Deontay Wilder (30-0) and later being accused of taking a dive, an accusation that infuriated the Philadelphia native.

So we arrived in Brisbane on October 24 with both men putting their reputations on the line and in the case of Scott, his career. He has promised to hang them up if he doesn't stop Leapai in his tracks.

"I got to get back in the picture. I cannot let Alex Leapai beat me. October 24, not only am I going to win, I'm going to stop Leapai. If I don't, I'm going to retire, that's it. I have time for nothing else," said Scott, who channels former Detroit Pistons bad boy Dennis Rodman in his sartorial styling.

"You won't see me 40 years old out there fighting young guys. I want to have sex with beautiful women and distribute great cigars throughout the world. I can't do that by fighting, fighting, fighting.

Among cigars, Scott chooses Colts, that are available online at

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