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 Last update:  8/23/2014       Read more by Boxing Photos         
   
Photos: Artur Beterbiev Demolishes Enriquez in One
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There was plenty of action on the debut show of the new season of the Fast & Dangerous series, presented by Yvon Michel (GYM) and InterBox at the Sports Complex Sportscene of Mont-Saint-Hilaire (QC). Photos by Robert Levesque/Photo Zone Sport.

In the main supporting bout, Montrealer Artur Beterbiev (5-0-0), a dangerous former Olympian, faced Alvaro Enriquez (5-13-2) of Mexico. The fight was scheduled for six but never made it past the first. Enriquez was knocked down three times and Beterbiev won by TKO at 2:38 of the round.

Beterbiev, seen as the second coming of Sergey Kovalev and being fast-tracked by his promoters. They are looking to match him in his next fight against former champion Tavoris Cloud.


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comment by New England, on 09-13-2014
[QUOTE=sakura storm]This guy would knock out Ward.[/QUOTE] he already beat the great enriquez. does he really need ward to cement his legacy?

comment by Foreign Soil, on 09-13-2014
I know it pains you badly that there's gifted fighters from foreign shores. I'm enjoying every minute of it though. The foreign boys and Cubans are doing their part in keeping this stagnant sport alive. Got to love how you seached and pulled this thread up just for that quote. You're so shook. :...

comment by animalfan10, on 09-13-2014
[QUOTE=Foreign Soil]Guys, Ward's not a LHW, but yeah, he most likely would - just like the Mach gif you've got.[/QUOTE] Jesus Christ you are stupid. Beterbiev would KO WARD??? The number 1 or 2 p4p best fighter in the world....How much of an idiot can one poster possibly be?? Stop over-hyping ...

comment by Hougigo, on 08-24-2014
[QUOTE=Cuban Linx]Beterbiev is a very skilled fighter. He was a great amateur, got robbed in the Olympics (should have won gold). He's so far transitioning well in the pros. I fully expect him to knockout Tavoris Cloud in September and then everyone will end up avoiding him.[/QUOTE] Is tha...

comment by Cuban Linx, on 08-24-2014
Beterbiev is a very skilled fighter. He was a great amateur, got robbed in the Olympics (should have won gold). He's so far transitioning well in the pros. I fully expect him to knockout Tavoris Cloud in September and then everyone will end up avoiding him.

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