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 Last update:  6/19/2011       Read more by Edward Chaykovsky         
   
Ouma Hospitalized After TKO Beating From Golovkin
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By Edward Chaykovsky

According to Daily Monitor, former junior middleweight champion Kassim Ouma spent Saturday at Punta Pacifica hospital in Panama City after he was stopped by WBA middleweight champion Gennady Golovkin in the tenth round on Friday. Ouma, 32, started well but ran out of steam and began to take a bad beating in the late rounds. The referee stopped the contest as Ouma was on the verge of being knocked out. The ringside physician Jeff Davidson was concerned with the high nuber of punches that Ouma took to the head and ordered a neurological examination. Based on Ouma's post-fight reaction, Davidson was concerned that he suffered some bleeding on his brain from the punishment.

Tags: Gennady Golovkin , Kassim Ouma , Golovkin-Ouma , Golovkin v Ouma


 

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comment by BostonGuy, on 06-24-2011
Any news on Ouma's condition?....

comment by killacash, on 06-20-2011
[QUOTE=Kannabis Kid]You must have only watched the last 3 rounds then, because if you think it was 1 sided your just biased. Golovkin did overwhelm him and was a straight up win for him, but he had alot of trouble with an inflated shell of a fighter and was marked up a bit as well too. Imagine so...

comment by -Johannes-, on 06-20-2011
This is why Golovkin is a dangerous guy. He can take punishment and he doesn't back down or slow down. He has a massive punch I can see why he beat some big names in the Amateurs. However at this stage, he's very easy to hit. Someone with more power and more skill than Ouma would have made Golovk...

comment by kebark, on 06-20-2011
It wasn't competitive after round 6. I had given Ouma 2 of the first 4 rounds and whilst some of them were close he wasn't really winning the rounds as he didn't hit hard enough to really out do the harder shots of the champion. Good fight shame to hear about Ouma though. =/

comment by Kannabis Kid, on 06-20-2011
[QUOTE=xAUGUSTUSx]I watched the fight. Golovkin kicked his ass plain and simple.[/QUOTE] You must have only watched the last 3 rounds then, because if you think it was 1 sided your just biased. Golovkin did overwhelm him and was a straight up win for him, but he had alot of trouble with an inf...

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