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Curtis Stevens: I Have Nothing To Be Ashamed Of!

By Edward Chaykovsky

Middleweight contender Curtis Stevens (25-4, 18KOs) made it a real fight when he tangled with WBA/IBO champion Gennady Golovkin (28-0, 25KOs) on Saturday night at the Theater in New York's Madison Square Garden. After starting well and then getting dropped hard in the second round, Stevens was able to recover and had his moments before fading down the stretch. Stevens' corner stopped the fight at the end of eight.

"I have nothing to be ashamed of," said Stevens. "I'm better than anybody gave my credit for. I've shown more in a loss than most people show in a win. This is not the end for me. I will learn from my mistakes and I'll be back."

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by #1Assassin on 11-04-2013

russian crushin and !!shawn might want to actually watch another one of stevens' fights before you continue making asses out of yourselves. first of all stevens is primarily a counterpuncher, even when he is being aggressive he is mainly just…

Comment by Pusnuts on 11-03-2013

He did good, he didnt say anything outrageous, the coffin thing was kind of illadvised but credit to him for showing balls and stepping up, he was sharp and competitive until that hellacious knockdown, against normal contenders he will do…

Comment by jaded on 11-03-2013

His big mouth earned him $290k...that buys a lot of humble pie.

Comment by Daddy T on 11-03-2013

he did well in the ring showed a lot of heart and was competitive if he'd been in against anybody else he may well have pulled off the win. But he talked a lot of **** beforehand and that tends…

Comment by Foreign Soil on 11-03-2013

Glad that most people aren't falling for this ****. Stevens was nothing but fraudulent hype and should be ashamed.

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