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Hassan N'Dam Gets Off The Deck To Beat Lorenzo

By Frank Shelner

LE CANNET, France — Undefeated French boxer Hassan N'Dam successfully defended his interim WBA middleweight title with a unanimous decision over Giovanni Lorenzo of the Dominican Republic on Saturday.

N'Dam (26-0) caught Lorenzo with a big left hook in the third round, then had Lorenzo backing off in the fifth and sixth as Lorenzo struggled to match his tempo.

But N'Dam suddenly lost control midway through the sixth round, getting caught with several good punches and even falling through the ropes, although they seemed too loose.

Ringside officials tightened up the ropes as they were fighting in the seventh, which saw a solid stomach punch from N'Dam.

N'Dam scored 119-110, 116-110 and 119-109 on the judges' cards.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by killacash on 04-05-2011

[QUOTE=Mr Bigglesworth;10320275]Golovkin has power without doubt but he has beaten no one in the pros. I have also seen him wobbled by a non punching bum like Amar Amari. That fight is in the trading block. Golovkin can be hurt.He…

Comment by Boxing Angel on 04-05-2011

Lorenzo won many of the rounds as N'Dam ran for most of the fight after getting knocked down in the 5th. In the 5th round 2 judges scored it a 10-9 round for Lorenzo a round that clearly Lorenzo dominated,…

Comment by Mr Bigglesworth on 04-02-2011

Golovkin has power without doubt but he has beaten no one in the pros. I have also seen him wobbled by a non punching bum like Amar Amari. That fight is in the trading block. Golovkin can be hurt.He is…

Comment by cleaner147 on 04-02-2011

[QUOTE=emhoffk;10320189]I was ringside for this one and it was anything but a blowout. The decision was a travesty. Lorenzo clearly won a few of the early rounds - knocked N'Dam out of the ring with an uppercut in round five…

Comment by emhoffk on 04-02-2011

[QUOTE=americanbot;10320075]looks like it was a blow out......[/QUOTE] I was ringside for this one and it was anything but a blowout. The decision was a travesty. Lorenzo clearly won a few of the early rounds - knocked N'Dam out of the…

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