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    NEWARK, NJ - In the opening bout of the Premier Boxing Champions on Spike TV telecast, Poland's Krzystof Glowacki (24-0, 15 KOs) scored an 11th round technical knockout victory over Germany's Marco Huck (38-2-1, 26 KOs) in a huge upset that saw Glowacki capture Huck's cruiserweight title. Huck was hoping to set a new record for most cruiserweight title defenses with a 14th successful defense tonight. Both fighters were making their US debut in front of a crowd of 5,843, many of which were their Polish and German countrymen living stateside. [Click Here To Read More]

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    Krzystof "Money" Glowacki

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    • #3
      I just watched it again; it was a terrific fight; they were out to win and not play games. When Huck knocked down Glowacki, it was as if Glowacki had been hit with a sap. That he beat the count and finished the round out was nothing short of amazing. Then in the tenth, when Huck first went down he was hurt, but I didn't think he was hurt to the extent he had hurt Glowacki; however, Glowacki immediately waded back in and finished the job, so what I thought didn't matter. Glowacki shut the door, and now he's got the WBO title and is ranked number 2 cruiserweight (Drozd is number one) by BoxRec.com, and BoxRec.com now has Huck ranked number 14.
      Last edited by Mr.Daddy; 08-15-2015, 03:51 PM.

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      • #4
        Glowacki made me a fan.

        What a boxing style, his stance, his vicious hooks, he's relentless when it comes to cornering his opponents, no doubt in my mind we are going to see him fight in the U.S again hopefully.

        Look at the replay of the first knockdown at 38:40

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        You can tell by how he never looked away from Huck how hungry he was for the victory, how deep it was to snatch the victory away from him.

        I can't wait to see him fight again
        Last edited by Mighty_Windir; 08-15-2015, 05:00 PM.

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