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Jimmy Ambriz cleared by Florida Commission, but Strikeforce may cancel the bout
Twelve days before the event, Florida State Boxing Commission officially has approved that Jimmy “The Titan” Ambriz will be able to face Bobby Lashley in Strikeforce: Miami, but Strikeforce management are looking for someone else to face Lashley, than a 14-12 veteran.Strikeforce are aware of the fact that fans think that Ambriz is not really a test for the former WWE Superstar. It is unlikely that Strikeforce will find a high profile replacement for Jimmy Ambriz, who already takes this fight on a short notice, so the cancellation of the bout looks to be imminent.