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 Last update:  8/27/2011       Read more by Alexey Sukachev         
   
Robert Helenius Blasts Liakhovich in The Ninth Round
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By Alexey Sukachev

Erfurt, Germany - Rising heavyweight star Robert Helenius (16-0, 11KOs) knocked out former WBO champion Sergei Liakhovich (25-4, 16KOs) in the ninth round. At the time of the stoppage, Helenius was winning on the official cards by way of a split decision, with scores of 77-74 and 76-75 for Helenius and 76-75 on the third for Liakhovich.

Liakhovich did not arrive to Germany to lay down. He gave it his all, swelling the face of Helenius in the early rounds and digging to the head and body. Liakhovich was having problems breathing with a possible broken nose, with Helenius taking over the fight with hard punches to the former champion's face.

In the eight round, Helenius began to batter Liakhovich with hard punches to send him down to his knees in the final twenty seconds. Liakhovich made it up before the bell.

At the start of the ninth, Helenius unloaded on Liakhovich with massive shots to send him down for a second time. The referee stopped the fight as Liakhovich's corner threw in the towel at the same time.

Tags: Robert Helenius , Sergei Liakhovich , Helenius-Liakhovich , Helenius vs Liakhovich



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comment by $BloodyNate$, on 08-28-2011
[QUOTE=Freedom.][/QUOTE] Holy hell that man can punch! 3-4 more fights then see where he's at, then put him in a #1 contender fight. No need to rush, slow and steady Adamek style! Polish your shiit before you take on the champs. I think him vs Vital would be a fukkin war and a half, which I...

comment by Deal With It, on 08-28-2011
Feed this big, fat, slow, pudgy bastard to MANSOUR http://i201.photobucket.com/albums/aa32/lo9991/leave-helenius-to-me.jpg

comment by Money Shot, on 08-28-2011
Would like to see Hellenius fight one of the top American HW's next, not the Klits. He still has to develop, but no doubt we are looking at a warrior here. A fight with Haye would be a blast, heh heh.

comment by Cloud, on 08-28-2011
Helenius is such a badass power puncher. Cant wait to see who he's lined up to next.

comment by classicbuzzbox, on 08-28-2011
[QUOTE=Freedom.][/QUOTE] What a badass. I've seen a few of his fights on youtube and he looks like he is wearing concrete boots and punching underwater...but the power. He really turns a fight with amazing punching power, even if there has been no signs of it for like 7 or 8 rounds, then all o...

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