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Seth Mitchell Demolishes Timur Ibragimov in Two Rounds

Convention Center, Washington, District of Colombia - Heavyweight Seth Mitchell (24-0-1, 18KOs) picks up the biggest win of his career with a two round stoppage of Timur Ibragimov (30-4-1, 16KOs). The fight times Ibragimov has been stopped in his long career.

Mitchell came out being aggressive, but Ibragimov soon brought him down to earth by slowing down the pace and holding him in close. Mitchell was showing Ibragimov some respect early on. But that changed in the second. Mitchell let his hands go and hurt Ibragimov with a hard left hand and soon followed it up with three accurate right hands. Mitchell continued to land accurate punches with both hands to force the stoppage.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by nomadman on 12-12-2011

It was an early stoppage in as much as Timur was still conscious, but really the fight would have only gone one way so why prolong the inevitable? Congrats to Seth Mitchell. Nice to see a decent American prospect coming…

Comment by The Gambler1981 on 12-11-2011

I enjoy watching Mitchell because it is fun to watch a heavyweight that is looking to hurt people and the fact that when you watch him you don't feel like he is wasting his potential which is the feeling I…

Comment by TaurusJ27 on 12-11-2011

If he scores more wins like that then he's on his way to being the # 1 contender. I'd like to see him up against some Klitschko opponents like Arreola or Chambers for his next fight.

Comment by Ringlife on 12-11-2011

This guy will be good just give him some time.

Comment by voneric on 12-11-2011

He looked Good and his Right looks Very Heavy. Hopes he Learns a Lead Left Uppercut so he can lift the Chin alittle beforehand. Would like to see him Fight one of the European Fighters like Chisora Helenius or even…

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