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Leonard Bundu Knocks Out Rafal Jackiewicz in Eleven

By Luke Furman

Rafal Jackiewicz (42-11-2, 21 KOs) suffered yet another setback, as he was knocked out in the eleventh round by EBU welterweight champion Leonard Bundu (29-0-2, 10KOs). Jackiewicz was the European champion back in 2008/09 and looked to regain the crown before a hostile crowd at the Tendastrisce in Rome, Italy. It was a tough fight, but Bundu had the edge. The end came in the eleventh after Bundy landed a crippling left hook to the liver and Jackiewicz went down and was unable to recover.

Luke Furman covers boxing for bokser.org

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by lutenco on 04-07-2013

BUNDU completely destroyed phisically and mentally RAFAL,he was too smart,too fast and simply too good for RAFAL. I see LEONARD getting better and better after the european title and he is WBC #4 in the world so in july starts…

Comment by Leohappy on 04-07-2013

how does jackiewicz keep getting into relevant fights? the guy is a shell of former self. bundu is better than i expected. a solid EBU champ.

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