Photos: Arthur Abraham Remains King With TKO Win
Arena Nürnberger Versicherung, Nuremberg (Nürnberg), Bayern, Germany - It wasn't a walk in the park, as a majority of experts had predicted beforehand, but at the end of the day it wasn't the fight of Arthur Abraham's life either. It was his first title defense, and the WBO super middleweight champion did what everyone expected him to do, stopping hard-nosed Frenchman Mehdi Bouadla within nine rounds of action. Bouadla, suffering his fifth career defeat, drops down to 26-5, with 11 KOs. Abraham is now 36-3, with 28 KOs, but he has seemingly lost a bit of his former skills and power.
[QUOTE=sako5;12830145]What the **** ? A dumbass calling me dumb ? My point was thta HE posted, which means at least someone cared, God you're so stupid.[/QUOTE]Hey sh1t for brains, try learning about discernment! Caring to post is not the same…Comment by sako5 on 12-18-2012
[QUOTE=richardt;12824040]If you had something other than air between your ears you would know when he wrote the message, no one had commented. Duh![/QUOTE] What the **** ? A dumbass calling me dumb ? My point was thta HE posted, which…Comment by richardt on 12-16-2012
[QUOTE=sako5;12823091]You did comment, a55hole. :boxing:[/QUOTE] If you had something other than air between your ears you would know when he wrote the message, no one had commented. Duh!Comment by Bronsky on 12-16-2012
I would still like to see him in the mix, power's always the last thing to go and sure it's harder for him to get it in there but boxing is unpredictable and one punch can change thingsComment by sako5 on 12-16-2012
[QUOTE=LaBéstia;12822317]Nobody comments cause nobody cares... He would get beat by any top fighter[/QUOTE] You did comment, a55hole. :boxing:Post a Comment/View More User Comments (6)