Zbik: Dzinziruk Has a Shot To Beat Sergio Martinez
By Rapaehl Kyc
WBC middleweight champion Sebastian Zbik (30-0, 10 KOs) still can not understand why Sergio Martinez (46-2-2, 25 KOs) made a decision to fight Sergei Dzinziruk (37-0, 23 KOs) when he knew that this decision would cost him the prestigious WBC title. According to Zbik, Dzinziruk will provide Martinez with a much tougher fight than anyone might expect on March 12.
"I can not understand Martinez. After all, if he would have fought with me, then he would have kept the WBC belt. If I come out victorious in my forthcoming battle, I'm ready to face him. The only thing he needs to do is beat Dzinziruk, and contrary to how it appears, it will not be easy. Sergei, I know him from the days when he fought under the Universum banner. He's a great boxer and he's extremely intelligent in the ring. I think he has a chance to win," Zbik said.
Raphael Kyc covers the Polish boxing scene for bokser.org
Martinez ko both guysComment by el malo on 02-03-2011
[QUOTE=Danny Gunz;10053498]A great jab is all it takes to beat any fighter. I have said this before, Sergio is flashy and a good fighter but he has some serious flaws dont be surprised if he gets upset.[/QUOTE] cosign. [QUOTE=SERVILEV;10053612]Martinez is…Comment by Akucapri on 02-03-2011
Once Maravilla drops his hands and starts dancing around, it's game, set, match.Comment by el malo on 02-03-2011
[QUOTE=Heebarican;10053423]Dzinziruk is a very good fighter, but he doesn't have much in his arsenal other than his great jab. I don't see his jab being enough to beat a fighter as good as Martinez though.[/QUOTE] thats kind of funny coming…Comment by giacomino on 02-03-2011
Doesn't matter who wins this fight as far as Zbik is concerned. He is going to lose badly to whomever wins Martinez-Dzinziruk, probably by shutout. Dude is marginally a top 35 middleweight, no better, and would be beaten handily by…Post a Comment - View More User Comments (14)