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 Last update:  4/14/2012       Read more by Boxing Clever         
   
Tyson Fury Drops and Stops Martin Rogan in Five Rounds
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Odyssey Arena, Belfast, Northern Ireland - Heavyweight contender Tyson Fury (18-0, 13KOs) knocked out Martin Rogan (14-3, 7KOs) in the fifth round to capture the Irish title.

Fury, who entered the fight in the best shape of his entire career, came out in the southpaw stance, and Rogan came out being very aggressive - catching Fury with well-placed punches. In the third round, Fury caught Rogan with a hard shot and dropped him. Rogan got up very fast and made it to the bell.

Rogan came out in the fourth, still being aggressive, with Fury staying on the backfoot and pumping a quick jab to set up bigger punches. A few bodyshots hurt Rogan in the fourth, and once again in the fifth, and eventually those punches sent him down at the end of the round. Rogan barely made it to his feet and his corner threw in the towel to stop the fight.

Tags: Tyson Fury , Fury vs Rogan , Fury-Rogan



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comment by Enzo Mc is SHIT, on 04-15-2012
Rogan had clearly worked hard to get into good shape and he really gave it a go. He was winning the early rounds but it quickly became clear that his punch resistance and stamina have both gone. Fury took 3 rounds to wake up and would've been sparked early by David Price. But once he did get st...

Rogan a joke
comment by Scrubber, on 04-15-2012
British/Ireland boxing nothing but a clown fest of cartoon characters unworthy of boxing news. worthless clowns no talent.

comment by davros2010, on 04-15-2012
Fury looks terrible to me, his jab is ok and he occasinally throws a few good combinations but seriously if this is the man who will be the next champion then boxing has gone down even lower than we think. He has so many flaws and is as mobile as a truck with a broken gearbox, and the least said ...

comment by Tobi.G, on 04-15-2012
I would like to see Fury against another up-comming prospect like Mike Perez. There are some unbeaten fighters around so they should mix it up. I still think Perez would beat Fury even though Perez is pretty small. He reminds me of an HW-Gamboa! Fury reminds me of an HW-Chavez Jr. lol!

comment by Tobi.G, on 04-15-2012
[QUOTE=Cleaver]I think the most important thing for him is that his defence was a hell of a lot better than any fight he's had in recent memory. Expect a Fury/Fraudley fight soon.. Al Bernstein stole the show though, he was awesome on commentary and analysis. This man needs to take the incredi...

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