Felix Sturm Knocks Ronald Hearns Out in Seven
By Chris LaBate
At Porsche Arena in Stuttgart, Baden-Württemberg, Germany, WBA middleweight champion Felix Sturm (35-2, 15KOs) dominated the action in a battle of jabs. Ronald Hearns (26-2, 20KOs) was unable to get past Sturm's guard but landed a few decent jabs that busted open the champion's mouth. In the fifth, Sturm started to come on and Hearns began to fade. Sturm saw his opponent starting to fade out and began to put his punches together. In the seventh, Sturm caught Hearns flush with a bomb and blasted away until the referee jumped in to stop the action at 2:30.
Sturm is a pu55y, always fighting tomato cans...Comment by Dave Rado on 02-19-2011
[QUOTE=youngmoney007;10129195]Congrats to Felix Sturm, who is without a doubt the best at 160. The haters can say all they want but he has been dominant and a force since he was robbed against Oscar years ago.[/QUOTE] Dominant against bums. He…Comment by ShoulderRoll on 02-19-2011
[QUOTE=ChopperRead;10128546]Sour grapes from Detroit -- wonder why that is?[/QUOTE] Not admitting that a Euro is fighting bums--wonder why that is?Comment by giacomino on 02-19-2011
[QUOTE=youngmoney007;10129195]Congrats to Felix Sturm, who is without a doubt the best at 160. The haters can say all they want but he has been dominant and a force since he was robbed against Oscar years ago.[/QUOTE] :alcoholic:alcoholic:alcoholic:alcoholicComment by giacomino on 02-19-2011
The only surprise is it took him so long to KO a ridiculously unqualified opponent. We should expect more of the same. Sturm will never fight the top guys in the division and will never be a champion, only an…Post a Comment/View More User Comments (27)