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In front of 27,000 fans in attendance, Brook lost his IBF welterweight title after being stopped in round 11. In a fight where mostly power shots were landed, Spence threw combinations to the head and more to the body, wearing down Brook. Brook did well working the counter, and landed his own shots to the body, but Spence came back with his own shots. In round 10, Spence, having Brook against the ropes unloaded some heavy power shots, which caused Brook to take a knee. In round 11, before the fight was stopped, Brook motioned many times that he couldn't see through his left eye and voluntarily took a knee, again counting as a knockdown.
Thank you for watching! Subscribe now! Click here: https://goo.gl/v7huqp, comment, share if you like this video. Number 1. George Foreman vs Muhammad Ali - boxing match that was held on October 30th, 1974 in the city of Kinshasa, Zaire. This fight is often regarded as one of the greatest boxing matches of the XX th century, it was held in tropical conditions, during the rain and high humidity period. The duel ended in 8th round with the victory of Mohammed Ali. Number 2. Sugar Ray Leonard vs Marvin Hagler - April 6th, 1987 the two very promising fighters met inside the ring. This was the 12th defense for Hegler, Ray Leonard wasn’t seen inside the ring for three years and took only one fight in the last 5 years. All tickets were sold out in 16 days. Of the 21 boxing reviewers, 18 said that victory would be for Hegler and only three supported Leonard. Number 3. Nigel Benn vs Gerald McClellan - January 25th, 1995 in London took place the fight which was later revealed to be one of the most tragic fights in the history of boxing. That night Nigel and Gerald decided who was worthy of the WBC belt. We are in social networks: ►Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/this_is_interestingtv/ ►Twitter: https://twitter.com/sportnews05 ►Google+: https://plus.google.com/u/0/b/116137208475021983570/116137208475021983570 SEE MORE▼ ► 3 Fights that Should be Seen by Every Fan of Boxing - Part 3 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MCsBGaAMGLU ► Legendary Boxer - Roy Jones Jr. - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VZsE8qsDYAc ► How Prince Naseem Hamed Brutally Destroyed His Opponents! - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZeRf1JdRCck
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Rances Barthelemy and Denis Shafikov faced off December 18 on PBC on Spike for a vacant 135-pound world title. Barthelemy was seeking his second world champion title against the Russian Shafikov. Barthelemy (24-0, 13 KOs), a Cuban defector who has made a name for himself back home and in this country was seeking to extend his undefeated record. "Kid Blast" also had a 5" height and reach advantage stepping in to the ring against Shafikov. The first few rounds went the Russian boxers way, bringing the action to the chest of Barthelemy. He bullied his way inside, going around the Cubans guard to connect with both hands. But round by round, Barthelemy improved his distance using his jab to keep the much smaller fighter at bay. His height also played a factor in the later rounds. Towering over the 5'5" fighter with a 5"-6" advantage, he would set up Shafikov with jabs and followed them with dominant left hands. By Round 8, Rances pulled away from the fight. He was able to deliver a cut above Shafikov's right eye earlier in the fight, and reopened it numerous times throughout the duration of the bout. With little damage being done to Barthelemy, he spent the last round dodging Shafikov and countering with left hooks. With the cheer of "Cuba!" in the background and his country's flag being waved in the crowd, Barthelemy won the world title belt comfortably. Read more on our website here: http://www.premierboxingchampions.com/barthelemy-vs-shafikov Visit PremierBoxingChampions.com for info. SIGN UP FOR FIGHT ALERTS: http://pbcham.ps/FightAlerts FOLLOW US: https://twitter.com/premierboxing https://instagram.com/premierboxing https://www.facebook.com/premierboxingchampions
WBA Super Lightweight World champion Kiryl Relikh is fresh off of his unanimous decision win over Rances Barthelemy and is now ready for the best the division has to offer, and with a spot in the upcoming World Boxing Super Series, the Mad Bee is out to prove his sting is the best in the world.
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