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Brian Magee Stops Mads Larsen, Mock Grabs a Win

By Per Ake Persson 

Denmark - Irishman Brian Magee stopped hometown favourite Mads Larsen in the seventh to won the vacant EBU super middleweight title. Larsen did well in the first three of the all southpaw matchup but Magee upped the pace in the fourth, attacked and hurt Larsen with right hooks downstairs.

In the fifth Magee continued his assault and floored Larsen with a body shot that was below the belt. Referee Erkki Meronen counted over Mads and Magee followed up with even lower punches but now there was a timeout to give the Dane time to recover. The writing was on the wall though and Magee was relentless in his pressure with Larsen floored twice in the sixth and it was stopped at 0.15 of the seventh with Mads again on the floor.

Lightweights Martin Kristjansen and Felix Lora drew over eight. Lora started well, then faded in the middle round and was outboxed but came back with a strong finish

Heavyweight Claus Bertino upset former EBU heavyweight champ Paolo Vidoz on a majority decision. It was scored 77-75 twice for Claus and 76-76. Vidoz showed skills but just wasn´t in shape enough although he closed out with a strong finish. For my money he nicked it but it was very close.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by BattlingNelson on 02-01-2010

[QUOTE=KESSLER;7399477]Larsen got beat up.[/QUOTE] Publikum råbte *DYNE-LARSEN" da Mads forlod ringen. Synd for Mads, men ...... :rofl::rofl::rofl:

Comment by KESSLER on 02-01-2010

[QUOTE=slapbangwhallop;7399299]Larsen never won the first round in my mind and was luck if he got a share of the second. I had him losing every round when the stoppage came.[/QUOTE] Larsen got beat up.

Comment by slapbangwhallop on 02-01-2010

Larsen never won the first round in my mind and was luck if he got a share of the second. I had him losing every round when the stoppage came.

Comment by jreckoning on 01-30-2010

[quote=BIGPOPPAPUMP;7382919]Denmark - Lolenga Mock won the vacant EU title at super middleweight with a close 12-round majority decision over Italian Davide De Carolis. It was scored 115-113, 115-114 and 114-114 with a wide disparity among the judges. And it was…

Comment by Sweet Jesus on 01-30-2010

SMW Lolenga Mock drops CW David Haye at CW. [url]http://www.youtube.com/v/qY9PlQTHkyU&hl=en_US&fs=1[/url]

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