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 Last update:  3/4/2012       Read more by Alexander Pavlov         
   
Mormeck is Angry: Wladimir Fight Was Stopped Too Early!
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By Alexander Pavlov

The former WBA and WBC cruiserweight champ, Jean-Marc Mormeck (36-5, 22 KOs) believes his fight with IBF/WBA/IBO/WBO heavyweight king Wladimir Klitschko (57-3, 50 KOs) was stopped too early. The referee called the fight in the fourth round, after Mormeck was knocked down for the second time in the bout and got to his feet on shaky legs.

According to CompuBox, the fight was a pure mismatch with Mormeck landing three punches during the entire contest.

"Klitschko, of course, he got me with a series of punches, but nevertheless I think the referee rushed it. I had to cut the distance to fight him, but every time I did that he was in a difficult situation. The referee had to divide us, because when Wladimir was in the clinch he would just [push his weight] on me. Again, the fight was stopped too early. I took a few punches, I lost my rhythm, I was a little distracted, but I was fully aware of everything. Physically I felt great and I could have continued the fight," Mormeck said.

Alexander Pavlov covers boxing for Sportbox.ru

Tags: Wladimir Klitschko , Jean-Marc Mormeck , Klitschko-Mormeck , Klitschko vs Mormeck


 

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comment by southpaw_07, on 03-05-2012
I guess that Mormeck got more hurt by those punches that I thought

comment by polarcub, on 03-04-2012
Also the K BROS Dominance is deceptive as hell because everyone is garbage. NOW H 2 H other then Lennox Lewis and a handful of others there are no clear cut favorites against K Bros prime for prime. That's not the point the point is neither brother sustained the sheer amount of punishment o...

comment by HattonFaithful, on 03-04-2012
[QUOTE=tlarry]Because in the Amateurs, they are kids still growing, they aren't men yet. Marciano was 185 lbs and he didn't have a problem beating much larger fighters. Joe Louis was 6'1" 190 lbs, and he didn't have any problem. Mike Tyson in his prime was 5'10" 215 and he had no problems beating...

comment by hollister, on 03-04-2012
If you watch the part where the ref starts the count, you can see Mormeck is seriously out of it, for a few seconds he doesn't even seem to know the ref is there lol

comment by Alx., on 03-04-2012
seriously mormeck?

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