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Thomas Oosthuizen Dominates Bryant, Froch Next?

Roseland Ballroom, New York City - Thomas Oosthuizen (20-0, 13KOs) retained his IBO super middleweight title with a lopsided twelve round unanimous decision over Rowland Bryant (16-2, 11KOs). Oosthuizen dominated the action with his superior boxing ability, and Bryant had no answers to change the tide. The scores were 118-110, 117-111, 117-111.

Bryant landed a few good right hands, including three big ones in the tenth round, but there wasn't much more than that to his game plan. Oosthuizen worked the jab, punished the body and outworked his opponent.

Bryant was coming off an unexpected third round stoppage of Librado Andrade in April. Oosthuizen is a potential opponent for IBF champion Carl Froch in November.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Earl-Hickey on 08-03-2012

[QUOTE=Mick Higgs;12396245]I still reckon Oothuizen vs Brian Magee works best next.[/QUOTE] very good idea

Comment by Mick Higgs on 08-03-2012

I still reckon Oothuizen vs Brian Magee works best next.

Comment by hogwash on 08-03-2012

Comment by hogwash on 08-03-2012

Comment by Earl-Hickey on 08-03-2012

Bryant had never fought past 6 rounds before, he's a novice. His quality of opposition was actually disgusting. Tommy better steer clear of froch and co for a while, he's nowhere near ready

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