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Yuri Foreman Admits Faults, Won't Reveal The Future

By Ruslan Chikov

Former WBA junior middleweight champion Yuri Foreman (28-2, 8 KOs) was hit with the second knockout loss his loss of his career, last Saturday night in Las Vegas. Polish boxer Paul Wolak (29-1, 19 KOs) made Foreman return a bitter one. He bruised Foreman for six rounds. Foreman's corner stopped the contest before the start of the seventh round.

Foreman is not sure about the future. He needs time to review the fight. The wrong strategy was presented that night. Foreman stood close and fought when he should have boxed.

"Right now I need to rest, relax a little, and then carefully consider and analyze everything. Everything I did was wrong and I didn't feeel it. Against this kind of an opponent, I should have boxed more instead of fighting with him. I prepared very hard for this fight, but I was missing something. Or maybe I just simply took too much time off," Foreman said.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by alonsomosely on 03-15-2011

Yuri rushed back to fighting too soon, he was not ready. he had major surgery , you dont recover from it so quickly. Thats why he didnt move, had no strenght. he just wasnt himself

Comment by -EAGLE- on 03-15-2011

[QUOTE=wazaa.;10236668]Excuses, excuses. Yuri, [B]your people are bums[/B]. Accept it already.[/QUOTE] Israeli hater, reported.

Comment by wazaa. on 03-15-2011

[QUOTE=bigcursedawg;10235520]he had no chance fighting him on the inside like that. should have stayed on the outside[/QUOTE] You guys are acting like he chose to fight on the inside. Wolak made him fight on the inside. Wolak outman'd him and…

Comment by wazaa. on 03-15-2011

Excuses, excuses. Yuri, your people are bums. Accept it already.

Comment by PRBOXINGCOTTO on 03-15-2011

This kid got a belt by luck santos was inactive so long cotto showed yuri how you really fight for a belt and wolak he earned tje figjt fougjt with passion I knew he would win seen him at yankee…

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