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 Last update:  7/12/2011       Read more by Sauerland Event         
   
Garay Vows To "Kill Huck," But Marco is Not Fazed
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WBO Cruiserweight Champion Marco “Captain” Huck (32-1, 23 KOs) has refused to enter a dirty war of words with Hugo Hernan Garay (34-5, 18 KOs). After today´s press training, the 30-year-old Argentinian challenger shocked the journalists by predicting to “kill” his opponent on Saturday night. Huck would not comment on Garay´s harsh words. “I don´t care about his remarks,” he stated. “I will give my answer in the ring. With the support of my fans, I will make another exciting title defence. The belt remains in Germany! I will get married as world champion on July 30.”

Garay´s public work-out session was a short one which only featured some light shadow boxing. “We already know everything there is to know about him,” Huck´s coach Ulli Wegner said. “We have studied the tapes of his fights for hours. He is a strong and a very active fighter, so Marco needs to be on alert. Marco needs to stick to our game plan. Then he will leave the ring as the winner.”

Tags: Marco Huck , Huck-Garay , Huck vs Garay


 

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comment by vacon04, on 07-13-2011
Unfortunately that's the only way to beat Huck in Germany, especially after what happened in Huck - Lebedev ... another sad decision.

comment by prinzemanspopa, on 07-13-2011
I'm curious to know where the likes of Marco Huck actually trained to become a boxer.The guy is so crude,so technically inept that - even in a relatively weak division and a holder of a title that he doesn't deserve - it puzzles me how his sort even made it as far as they did.

comment by giacomino, on 07-13-2011
[QUOTE=Greg House]lol, you should watch that fight. He was "knocked out" by a "push"[/QUOTE] Yeah, I saw it. Pretty sad

comment by Greg House, on 07-13-2011
[QUOTE=giacomino]Another classic Huck defense. Garay got KO'd in the 1st round the last time he fought somebody with a pulse and in Huck's mind that earns a title shot. Huck needs to rematch Lebedev with three non-blind judges at ringside[/QUOTE] lol, you should watch that fight. He was "knocked ...

comment by giacomino, on 07-12-2011
Another classic Huck defense. Garay got KO'd in the 1st round the last time he fought somebody with a pulse and in Huck's mind that earns a title shot. Huck needs to rematch Lebedev with three non-blind judges at ringside

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