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Ismayl Sillakh Returns, Stops Alvaro Enriquez in One

By Ruslan Chikov

In his third fight of 2013, cruiserweight contender  Ismayl Sillakh (20-1, 16KOs) stopped journeyman fighter Alvaro Enriquez (12-12) in one round. It was Sillakh's third fight of 2013. Last April he suffered the first loss of his career when he was stopped in the eight round by Denis Grachev in an ESPN televised fight. He took nearly a year off, and came back in February to stop Daniel Allotey in two and then won an eight round decision over Mitch Williams in March.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by DosRounds on 06-29-2013

I was expecting big things from this guy when I saw him on ESPN FNF but the opponent was a pushover. I also heard he ducked Kovalev as well.

Comment by SnakeVen0m on 06-29-2013

[QUOTE=Gatling;13515327]Nice!!! ! [/QUOTE] The guy was spoon-fed, he's supposed to look good. I wanna see what he looks like against another tough puncher. Hell, I wouldn't mind seeing a Grachev rematch either, win or lose against Rodriguez. :boxing::boxing:

Comment by Gatling on 06-29-2013

Nice!!! ! [COLOR="LemonChiffon"] !!![/COLOR]

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