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Photos/Weights: Felix Sturm 159.2, Ronald Hearns 159.1

STUTTGART, GERMANY - WBA middleweight champion Felix Sturm (L) poses with challenger Ronald Hearns of the United States during the weigh-in at the Palazzo in Stuttgart, Germany. Sturm will defend his WBA title against Hearns at the Porsche Arena in Stuttgart. Both fighters were shredded on the scale. Sturm (34-2, 14KOs) was 159.2-pounds, while Hearns (26-1, 20KOs) was 159.1.

 

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by JK1700 on 02-18-2011

Sturm should get an easy KO win here.

Comment by DamonJJ on 02-18-2011

[QUOTE=BesWorldChamp;10124101]Why are your pictures politically-based, when this is a boxing website?[/QUOTE] Why do you care if his pictures are political? If you don't want it to turn into a political topic based argument don't mention them. Just saying.

Comment by ИATAS on 02-18-2011

[QUOTE=BesWorldChamp;10124101]Why are your pictures politically-based, when this is a boxing website?[/QUOTE] because they wont allow him to post pictures of c0cks so this is his second choice

Comment by BesWorldChamp on 02-18-2011

[QUOTE=Jim Jeffries;10122576]I guess. Too many damn titles these days. Who's next at a title shot? Big George's kid? He's 10-0 already, ROFL.[/QUOTE] Why are your pictures politically-based, when this is a boxing website?

Comment by Jim Jeffries on 02-18-2011

[QUOTE=LarryX2011;10122537]everyone gets title shots these days[/QUOTE] I guess. Too many damn titles these days. Who's next at a title shot? Big George's kid? He's 10-0 already, ROFL.

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