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Adamek KOs Gunn; Curtis Stevens Annihilates Wilczewski

Tomasz Adamek successfully defended his IBF cruiserweight world championship Saturday night with a fourth-round TKO of Bobby Gunn. Adamek dominated the fight from the start and improved his career record to 38-1 with 26 knockouts. Gunn fell to 18-4-1.

Star Boxing's Curtis "Showtime" Stevens (21-2, 15) showed why he is one of the most feared super middleweights in the world, with a sensational third round TKO over previously unbeaten Piotr Wilczewski (22-1, 7KO). Stevens came out in the first round firing, eventually dropping Wilczewski hard with a right uppercut. Luckily for Wilczewski the end of the round was near and he was able to survive..

In the third a huge left uppercut from Stevens dropped Wilczewski hard again. He was able to get to his feet but was visibly still hurt. Stevens seized the opportunity and jumped all over Wilczewski. With Wilczewski being helplessly beaten against the ropes, the referee called a halt to the contest at 1:47 of the third round.

It was a huge win for Stevens as he showed why he is a serious contender in the super middleweight division.

Article posted on 12.07.2009



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