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Danny Williams Stops Ali, Ends Two Year Losing Streak

By Alexey Sukachev

British heavyweight veteran Danny Williams stopped Egyptian Mazur Ali in the headliner of the first ever professional boxing event in Abu Dhabi Thursday night in the United Arab Emirates. According to gulfnews.com it was a fight to forget as Williams carried his much lighter overmatched opponent for a few rounds before stopping him in the sixth.

As to why he continues to fight, Williams tells gulfnews he simply needs the money. Working as a security guard at home in London pay only some of the bills and Danny says he has kids in private school and a good house and thus is open for more fights and gulfnews calls the former Tyson conqueror "Desperate Danny".
 
The 40-year old Williams is now 45-19 and ended a nine-bout two-year losing streak with this win.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by edgarg on 12-21-2013

[QUOTE=sergey.smith;14057907]Always liked Danny, too. But he is another one who should probably retire but probably needs money.[/QUOTE] He was forcibly "retired" by the British Boxing Board, several years ago when they refused to give him a licence. he then went…

Comment by Sugar Adam Ali on 12-21-2013

Danny williams vs wilder Im sure that is on the horizon

Comment by Money_May on 12-21-2013

Anorak, is somewhere, celebrating.

Comment by sergey.smith on 12-21-2013

Always liked Danny, too. But he is another one who should probably retire but probably needs money.

Comment by joe strong on 12-21-2013

always liked danny Williams...

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