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Sturm-Lorenzo PBP?

Discussion in 'Boxing Discussion' started by ThirdPartyView, Sep 4, 2010.

  1. ThirdPartyView

    ThirdPartyView Keeping Jack Dempsey from ducking

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    Anyone willing to give PBP for the fight? My provider just signed an agreement with ESPN to allow us to view ESPN3.com but they haven't set up the provider on the ESPN site so I can't watch it right now... :mad:
     
  2. brian13

    brian13 Brown Belt

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    You will get one on the Boxrec forum, if you want one.

    Mods; is telling a poster to go to another forum within the rules here.
     
  3. Lazy Man

    Lazy Man Heavyweight Champion of the World

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    Just put it on and Sturm is jabbing Lorenzo in the face on a replay
     
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    renerocker Brown Belt

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    So far nothing spectacular has happend, Lorenzo was pretty active while Sturm lands jabs at will. Lorenzo had 2 head butts. Sturm leads probably 3-1.
     
  5. Lazy Man

    Lazy Man Heavyweight Champion of the World

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    R5

    Sturm walking Lorenzo down with his hands up, catching all the punches on his gloves... landed about 20 stiff jabs on the face of Lorenzo and mixed in a few body punches
     
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    Lazy Man Heavyweight Champion of the World

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    R6

    More of the same. Sturm landed a little combo at the end. Another Sturm round.
     
  7. renerocker

    renerocker Brown Belt

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    Lorenzo slows downand and is getting sloppier. Sturm jabs him to death. 4-2
     
  8. renerocker

    renerocker Brown Belt

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    Commentator just mentioned that Lorenzo
     
  9. Lazy Man

    Lazy Man Heavyweight Champion of the World

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    7 is the same

    Lorenzo starting to look very bothered by the jab

    8 same
     
  10. renerocker

    renerocker Brown Belt

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    Arena is sold out, 18k tickets sold.
     
  11. Lazy Man

    Lazy Man Heavyweight Champion of the World

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    Sturm is big in Germany :wink:
     
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    Lazy Man Heavyweight Champion of the World

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    STurm wins didnt catch the scores

    Ah yeah, Sturm just started his own promotional company, yeah?
     
  14. renerocker

    renerocker Brown Belt

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    not sure: 117-111, 118-111 twice
     
  15. consortium11

    consortium11 Slip The Jab

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    Sturm, after taking a round or 3 to get rid of the ring rust, went back to doing what he does best... and did it damn well. He's never going to set any excitement records for his fight and considering how lucrative his career in Germany is he's unlikely to face the top fighters from other countries... but if he were to I think he'd do pretty damn well for himself.

    Has a fight between him and Zsolt ever been suggested? Zsolt fights a weightclass or two up, but he's not a big LHW and I'd hope his cruiserweight adventure is over with.
     
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    If Lorenzo could deal with adversity he'd have won easily. Sturm should avoid Martinez, Pavlik, and Williams if he wants to keep his trinket.
     
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    Sturm isn't that good of a fighter. He got a universium decision against gevor and hasn't really faced anyone decent. The same can be said for Sylvester aswell. The two German MW champs are not great and are very beatable.
     

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