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 Last update:  2/16/2011       Read more by Boxing Photos         
   
Photo: Huck, Fragomeni Meet Face To Face, Promise a War
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Marco Huck (31-1, 23 KOs) has promised his fans another spectacular KO victory. The WBO Cruiserweight Champion makes a sixth defence of his title at Halle´s Gerry Weber Stadium on April 2 when he comes face-to-face with former champion Giacobbe Fragomeni (27-3-1, 11 KOs). “There is a reason why I am the champion and not you,” Huck said at today´s official press conference. “I am better and stronger and I will put you down. This is where I grew up, so I will have a lot of fans supporting me, and I will deliver them a spectacular night of boxing.”

Fragomeni was unimpressed by the champion´s prediction. “I have not seen Huck fight yet. I leave that to my coach. He will analyse him and come up with a plan on how to beat him.” Huck replied: “I don´t care whether you have watched me on tape or not. You will go down.”

Tags: Marco Huck , Giacobbe Fragomeni , Huck-Fragomeni , Huck vs Fragomeni


 

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comment by monkeyboy, on 02-17-2011
I really believe that even if Huck was clean knocked out the referee would rule a no-contest for Huck. They are SO biased it is unbelievable. The Lebedev decision was embarassing for boxing. Huck looked terrified, landed little, got pushed around and still won a solid points decision. The judges ...

comment by giacomino, on 02-16-2011
Wow, Huck is talking big about KOing a 41-year-old who hasn't beaten anyone meaningful in a few years. Am sure Lebedev and the rest of the division is shaking in their boots. What's next, a rematch with Swamp Donkey Richards?

comment by Earl Hickey, on 02-16-2011
Fragomeni is still going then i see.

comment by makeMeSushiRoll, on 02-16-2011
Frago has no chance, he is not a knockouter and it is impossible to get a decision against Huck (well obviously not because of Huck's skill, but because of the fact that the judges are always for some reason big Sauerland fans...).

comment by cleaner147, on 02-16-2011
[QUOTE=dvb]fragomeni will win,huck might just get stopped. fragomeni is a tough dude,he doesnt stop coming forward.[/QUOTE] :bigeyes: . . .:rofl:

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