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Granat, Murat, Manuel Charr Get Wins: Sven Fornling Shocked

By Per Ake Persson

EC Boxing´s and Oczan Cetinkay´s show at the Autohaus Duerkop in Kassel (Germany) - Light heavyweight contender Karo Murat (29-3-1) and heavyweight prospect Adrian Granat (13-0) both scored easy wins over Bolivian visitors.

Granat floored grossly overweight Saul Farah (billed as 59-21-3) three times while Murat stopped EstebhanHillmanTababary (30-19-2) with an overhand right also in the first.

Light heavyweight Sven Fornling (10-1) was stopped in the fifth by Yevgeni Makhteienko (7-4).

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German heavyweight Manuel Charr (29-4) came with an easy TKO win over Belarus fighter Andrei Mazanik (12-8). Charr looked a bit heavy but had too much of everything for his overmatched opponent and it was stopped in the seventh. It was Charr's first bout since getting shot after a dispute last September at a diner in Essen.

On the same bill cruiserweight Nikola Milalic (12-1) knocked out badly faded veteran Marko Angermann (11-30-1) in the second. Angermann has the moves but not the reflexes with terrible results.

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