Advertisement
Advertisement
Boxingscene.com

Photos/Weights: Abraham-Stieglitz, Helenius, Groves

The weights are in results from Magdeburg for tomorrow’s show at the GETEC-Arena, Magdeburg, Germany: The main event will be a rematch between WBO super middleweight champion Arthur Abraham and former beltholder Robert Stieglitz. Photos by Photo Wende.

WBO Super Middleweight World Championship, 12 rounds:

Robert Stieglitz (Germany): 76.0 kg / 167.6 lbs

Arthur Abraham (Germany): 76.2 kg / 168.0 lbs

Heavyweight bout, 10 rounds:

Michael Sprott (Great Britain): 110.3 kg / 243.2 lbs

Robert Helenius (Finland): 108.3 kg / 238.8 lbs

WBO / WIBF Female Flyweight World Championship, 10 rounds:

Nadia Raoui (Germany): 49.8 kg / 109.8 lbs

Melissa McMorrow (USA): 50.2 kg / 110.7 lbs 

Super-Middleweight, 8 rounds:

Baker Bakarat (Syria): 77.0 kg / 169.8 lbs

George Groves (Great Britain): 77.0 kg / 169.8 lbs

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Gypsy John Fury on 03-23-2013

Helenius is in disgraceful shape for a professional athlete.

Comment by Stuntman Mike on 03-23-2013

Looks like Groves is lined up for the winner...

Comment by IronDanHamza on 03-23-2013

Groves on Boxnation? What?

Comment by sako5 on 03-23-2013

People criticize Helenius but he's probably in better shape than 80% of those Americans heavyweight boxers.

Comment by mathed on 03-22-2013

Groves by KO in 2 rds, AA by decision again....who cares about the fatty fight?

Post a Comment - View More User Comments (12)
Top Headlines News: Don King, Charlo Brothers, Filip Hrgovic, More Richard Commey Very Confident Ahead of Chaniev Eliminator Hearn: If Wilder Cares About Legacy, He'll Fight Joshua Next Daniel Jacobs: I Want Canelo in May - Let's Do This! Loma Thinks Pedraza Would've Beaten Davis If He Prepared Better Wilder Laughs: Joshua, Hearn Definitely 'Begging' Now To Fight! Emmanuel Rodriguez To Train in Cuba For Naoya Inoue Clash PBC, ITV Reveals Details of Three Year Content Deal Charlo: All Monroe Has To Worry About is Getting Knocked Out DiBella: Big, Strong Commey Would Be Live Underdog With Loma Andrade: Canelo in For a Rude Awakening When We Fight! Photos: Alvarez, Kovalev - Face To Face at Rematch Presser Photos: Kubrat Pulev Comes on Board With Top Rank Presser Alexander Flores Aims To Knock Joseph Parker Out Hearn: I Think Anthony Joshua Knocks Deontay Wilder Spark Out Canelo is Aiming To Win Rocky Fielding Fight By Knockout Photos: Pacquiao Continues Hard Work in Camp For Broner Filling Out Some Future Hall of Fame Passes Gamboa's Manager: Top Rank Knows Yuri Can Beat Lomachenko! Mares, Garcia share coach, similar challenges in Davis, Spence Hearn Shoots Down, Rejects Tyson Fury's 'Lineal Title' Claim Jermall Charlo To Put 'Money' Jab Where Monroe's Mouth Is Jeyvier Cintron, Victor Bisbal, Clayton Laurent Get Wins in PR Photos: Tony Harrison's Holiday Toy & Grocery Giveaway Conte's SNAC Introduces The New 'Fighter Training Stack' Joshua Will Be Ringside, Scouting The Whyte-Chisora Rematch Dmitry Bivol Has No Problem With Oleksandr Gvozdyk Clash Frank Warren: If Hearn Was My Kid - I'd Slap Him Down! Hearn: Wilder-Fury PPV Number is Terrible, Absolutely Terrible News: Kem Ljungquist, Henderson Shocks Robinson, Landeros Frampton: Warrington's Arrogance Bubbling Under The Surface Wilder 'Would Love' For Barclays Center To Host Fury Rematch Broner Coach To Roach: Shut The F*** Up, Carry The Spit Bucket! Pedraza: Lomachenko 'Definitely' Better Than Gervonta Davis Wilder Will Add Weight For Fury Rematch; Targets 245 Pounds Hearn Maintains Big Offer on Table For Khan To Face Brook Lebedev Targets Usyk Mandatory Fight as Final Career Bout Danielito Zorrilla May Return on Machado Card After Big Win Amir Khan Ready To Impress: Tyson Fury Gives Me Inspiration Sanchez: Golovkin Has 2-3 Years Left, I'd Like 5 or 6 Fights
Advertisement

Latest Active Forum Threads
Advertisement
Advertisement