Kovacs, Nagy, Bedak, Baranyi Get Wins in Hungary
By Per Ake Persson
Felix Promotion staged a show Friday night in Budapest and was awarded with a full house - 1300 spectators - and with live television on Sport TV.
Former IBO junior middleweight champ Attila Kovacs retained the national title by stopping Lajos Munkaczy in the fifth after scoring two knockdowns.
Unbeaten cruiserweight Sandor Nagy, 10-0 (10), stopped former stablemate Csaba Faur, 6-1, in five to win the vacant Hungarian title.
Former WBO Euro champ Zsolt Bedak, 19-1, continued his comeback by winning by wya of a TKO over game but outclassed Ignac Kassai, 13-28-2.
Light heavyweight Richard Baranyi, 2-0 and a two-time national amateur champ, scored a bad knockout over Gabor Orsos, 1-1. Orsos had to be hospitalized but is now okay and out of the hospital
[QUOTE=IQ KO;13755454]Danny Garcia Rules!!![/QUOTE] Not irrelevant at all. Kovacs is looking to reassert himself in the JMW division. Deep division with lots of squandered belts lying around if u ask me.Comment by IQ KO on 09-16-2013
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