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Grzegorz Proksa Dominates, Stops Sebastian Sylvester

By Alexey Sukachev

Jahnsportforum, Neubrandenburg, Germany - Polish boxer Grzegorz Proksa (26-0, 19KOs) became a star with a third round stoppage of former IBF champion Sebastian Sylvester (34-5-1, 16KOs) to capture the vacant EBU middleweight title. After dominating the first round with his very quick hands, a bad cut opened up above the right eye of Sylvester in the second. Sylvester was very sluggish and the cut was bleeding like a river. After taking a pounding in the third round, Sylvester's corner had seen enough and told the referee to stop the contest.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Ravens Fan on 10-02-2011

[QUOTE=DOMINATION;11239006] [/QUOTE] Wow, I guess the old stand up style of European boxing is becoming extinct. This kid Proska looks legit.

Comment by Sadistic on 10-01-2011

Comment by Tobi.G on 10-01-2011

[QUOTE=chifuli;11238035]That Polish guy reminded me of the Prince by the way he fought. He was fast, awkward fighting with his hands down and throwing punches from awkward angles. It was a beating of a once world class fighter who looked…

Comment by Tobi.G on 10-01-2011

Im sure Sauerland wouldnt made this match up if they knew Proksa is that good! But i guess nobody knew it because of the weak opposition he faced so far. I expected a close 12 round battle. But it looks…

Comment by LoveForBoxing on 10-01-2011

I wonder if this guys paying his tax or does he work ''cash in hand'' and take his pounds back to poland ?

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