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Photos: Lebedev's Face a Horrible Mask of Damage

Crocus City Hall, Moscow, Russia - "Champion in recess" Guillermo Jones (39-3-2, 31KOs) shocked WBA cruiserweight champion Denis Lebedev (25-2, 19KOs) with an eleventh round knockout in a fantastic fight. During the action, Lebdev's right eye was swollen shut in the mid rounds and it swelled like a watermelon. His left eye also started to take damage as the fight went along. When the fight was finally over, the boxer was barely recognizable.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by nacho mama on 05-18-2013

am I the only one that saw jones was 6 inches taller arms a foot longer and looked like he was 30 lbs heavier then lebedev?? he looked like a middleweight fighting larry holmes

Comment by thack on 05-18-2013

One brave man! but this fight should have been stopped many rounds before, exciting but way beyond the call of duty, stan the ref is normally on the ball but his corner were a disgrace!

Comment by F!x on 05-18-2013

Jones was fighting in alien territory over in russia, and by the end of the fight Lebedev looked like ET.

Comment by TBear on 05-18-2013

Pretty Brutal!

Comment by Ray* on 05-18-2013

That was a bloody mess.

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