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Commonwealth Games boxer charged over alleged role in massive meth manufacture operation

A pro boxer who represented Australia at the Commonwealth Games in 2018 has been charged over his alleged role in a massive meth manufacturing operation. 

Eleftherios ‘Terry’ Nickolas, 29, who lives in Sydney but travels to and from Adelaide, was arrested and charged on Tuesday by detectives who worked in Operation Ironside.

He previously finished fifth in the 69kg welterweight division at the 2018 Commonwealth Games.  

Just two weeks ago, he was on the undercard of the blockbuster World Lightweight Championship bout between George Kambosos and Devin Haney.

Police claim Nickolas is a member of the Comancheros Motorcycle Gang and helped other members to source material used in methamphetamine production. 

On Wednesday, a court heard that he is facing the possibility of further charges…

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