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December 17, 2012


Arthur Abraham TKO8 Mehdi Bouadla... In Nuremberg, Germany over the weekend, WBO 168-pound titlist Arthur Abraham stopped Mehdi Bouadla by TKO in round eight in front of 7000 fans in attendance. Towards the end of round one, the champion let loose a combination which put Bouadla into trouble. By switching his target from head to body, Abraham kept the challenger guessing as to where he would attempt to hit him next. Abraham turned up the heat once more in round seven. An uppercut as well as a big straight right hand made it evident that Abaraham was too much to handle for Bouadla. Abraham's 
punches resulted in a deep cut on the challenger's right eye.
The 30-year-old did make it through to the break, but in round eight, it was clear that the injury had a big influence on Bouadla's vision, as he was not able to see Abraham's punches coming. Hence, referee Mark Nelson took Bouadla out of the bout after 2:11 of the eight round and declaring the German as the winner. Bouadla, who now has five losses in 31 fights, admitted right after the defeat, that Abraham was just too strong for him: "He was just too good. It is as simple as that. The referee made the right call by stopping the fight. Abraham was very impressive with his power and didn't allow me to land any of my counter-attacks."

Mateusz Masternak W12 Juho Happoja... On the same card, Mateusz Masternak of Poalnd and Juho Haapoja from Finland fought it out for the vacant European cruiserweight championship. Masternak was in total control throughout the fight and landed shots at will, but his opponent gave it his all and made it to the final bell. After 12 rounds, the judged submitted their scorecards and declared Masternak the winner by unanimous decision. All three scored the fight 120-108 in Masternak's favour who now stands at 29 victories out of as many fights.

Jack Culcay TKO5 Jean Michel Hamilcaro ... Also successful in his quest to defend his title was Jack Culcay, who still has an unbeaten record after 14 professional bouts. The 27-year-old took on Jean Michel Hamilcaro at light middleweight Title. The referee stopped the fight in round five as Culcay proved to be too strong and fast for his counterpart. source for all results: sauerland event

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