Profiboxer Marco Huck has clearly missed the vacant World Championship title of the WBC cruiserweight association. The 32-year-old Berliner lost in the Dortmund Westphalian Hall against the Latvians Mairis Briedis. The decision fell unanimously after twelve rounds: points 111: 116, 110: 117, 109: 118, defeated Huck. I was very well prepared, but maybe the pressure was too big. It was just good today that is sport said the dethroned champion.
For Huck, it was the fourth defeat in the 45th professional match. His opponent remains undefeated in 22 bouts. Huck owned the world championship belt of the less important IBO. He also took him from the Latvian. We had planned a knockout but Marco is a strong opponent said Briedis. They’re supposed to come up nicely, I can kick the ball and their opponents Tim Wiese had announced. His first goal for Chicago Fire is to cheer the fans.
Huck lacks the explosiveness
7000 spectators in the arena saw a one-sided battle, in which the Latet from the first gong determined the event. The 32-year-old police officer from Riga had won 18 of his 21 bouts prematurely was far superior in boxing. Briedis kept coming back his opponent found no answer. There was nothing to be seen of Huck’s dreaded explosiveness, with which he decided many fights prematurely.
In addition to Tyron’s witness from the Sauer land stable, Huck was to become the second German World Champion by one of the four big associations. The native was previously under contract even with promoter Kalle Sauer land separated however at the end of 2014 from the enterprise and marketed himself since.
In another World Cup fight, Christina Hammer successfully defended her WBC title. The 26-year-old defeated the Swede Maria Lindbergh unanimously in ten rounds (100: 90, 100: 90, and 100: 90). Hammer has won all her 22 professional matches. For the Swede Lindbergh it was the second defeat in the 20th fight.