Abraham Not Surprised as Bozic Found To Have No Injury
By Ruslan Chikov
The recent reports in Germany have made one of last weekend's fights even more controversial. In Mulheim on Saturday night, Arthur Abraham (32-2, 26 KOs) returned after back to back defeats to stop Stjepan Bozic (24-5, 15 KOs) in two rounds. Bozic claimed that he broke his hand in the second round after attempting a hook to the body that Abraham blocked with his elbow. Abraham had some doubts about the injury and he may be right. A physician confirmed to local papers that Bozic was taken to the hospital but no sign of a facture or serious injury was found after tests and x-rays were done. Abraham returns in the month of May to face WBA super middleweight champion Andre Ward in the Super Six semi-finals.
[QUOTE=Bierstadt;10115693] Maybe it was because Abraham intended to knock Bozic out in the second?[/QUOTE] No, that's not it. In fact, his lousy trainer wanted AA to go the distance in order to prepare for a long fight with Ward. Bozic…Comment by HitmanHattonAY on 02-16-2011
shocking stuff !!Comment by Bierstadt on 02-16-2011
Arthur Abraham: Discovering new acting talents since March, 2010. But seriously, I don't think Bozic was faking anything. If he was, he truly deserves an Oscar. It was just too perfect. In slow motion you could see his reaction was…Comment by Akucapri on 02-16-2011
His hand was probably shook up and he couldn't fight on.Comment by Sweet Jesus on 02-16-2011
[quote=Pullcounter;10112634]yup... no denying it...[/quote] [quote=Spray_resistant;10112659]They shouldn't have boxing over in Germany anymore:nonono:[/quote] Good to see that more people are seeing this.Post a Comment - View More User Comments (20)