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Felix Sturm Signs Lucrative Six Fight Deal With Sat1

By Ruslan Chikov

The WBA's super champion at middleweight, Felix Sturm, has signed a lucrative six fight deal with television network Sat1. Two of Sturm's recent fights have appeared on the network. The bout with Giovanni Lorenzo generated 5,270,000 viewers, and the recent knockout of Ronald Hearns brought in 4,740,000 viewers. The high viewership numbers convinced the sports director Sven Froberg to lock Sturm in for further fights.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Drunk Punch on 03-07-2011

TBH if you can earn serious money fighting nobodies and AA's leftovers and never have to leave home it would be pretty tempting. All depends on how ambitious you are, or whether you want your kids to be set up…

Comment by Buffalo on 03-07-2011

He won't fight golovkin either

Comment by Sweet Jesus on 03-07-2011

[quote=ИATAS206;10201598]and add to the list that he turned DOWN Abraham for 3 million Euro's. but hey, Sturm got a good thing going he makes pretty good money fighting bums, why would he want to change that?[/quote] I agree. Once a…

Comment by ИATAS on 03-07-2011

and add to the list that he turned DOWN Abraham for 3 million Euro's. but hey, Sturm got a good thing going he makes pretty good money fighting bums, why would he want to change that?

Comment by GreatRubdini on 03-07-2011

[QUOTE=frank1avalos;10199544]He didnt fight Bhop, Sergio Martinez, Kelly Pavlik, PWill, but yet he fights Ronald Hearns, Giovanni Lorenzo, Khoren Gevor, Koji Sato (last 4 fights). And guess what no one wants to fight him because he want to keep fighting in…

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