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Adam Trupish Cracks Darryl Cunningham For a KO Win

Royal York Hotel, Toronto, Ontario - Hot junior middleweight prospect Adam Trupish (11-0 8KOs) stopped Darryl Cunningham (25-4, 10KOs) in the fifth round of a middleweight contest. Trupish suffered cuts over and under his left eye in the first round as a result of Cunningham's head butts. Cunningham took a beating in the first round, receiving two standing eight counts. Trupish slowed down in the following rounds, but he eventually nailed Cunningham with a vicious left hook that sent him crashing to the canvas at 1:30 of the fifth and the fight was over.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by apunchnotseen on 04-18-2012

Great job Troop, can't wait to see Trout try and take an a-bomb. Would love to see the next fight he has in Alberta be a defense of WBA world title.

Comment by nycsmooth on 04-18-2012

standing 8's are foolish i pro boxing...if a boxer is so hurt twice, he needs a S8, the ref needs 2 stop the bout instead of giving th S8...

Comment by Neglect on 04-18-2012

[QUOTE=Crazy Training;12016034]trupish has the deadliest left hook i've ever seen[/QUOTE] He get's hit and rocked fairly easily by no names.

Comment by Ring Leader on 04-18-2012

trupish has the deadliest left hook i've ever seen

Comment by Ring Leader on 04-18-2012

wheres the phantom. told you this would happen. trupish will fight trout next. trupish will win

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