Klitschko vs Mormeck Results:
Klitchko KOs Mormeck in Round 4
IBF/WBA/WBO heavyweight champion Wladimir Klitschko (57-3, 50 KOs) annihilated Jean-Marc Mormeck (36-5, 22 KOs), earning his 50th career knockout. Wlad knocked down Mormeck with a right hand in the second and easily controlled the bout throughout. Mormeck appeared to be on the verge of getting KO'd in Round 3. When Klitschko floored Mormeck in Round 4 the Frenchman didn't beat the count.
Round 1: A lot of holding and clinching. Wlad hooking and jabbing. Mormeck didnt land a punch. 10-9 Wlad
Round 2: Mormeck down! Klitschko dominating. 10-8 Wlad (arguably 10-7)
Round 3: Klitschko landing well, Mormeck covering up and not punching. Klitschko scored a knockdown that wasnt called because Mormeck held on to Wlad upon falling and Wald fell on top of him 10-9 Wlad
Round 4: What a combination... down goes Mormeck. It's OVER! Wlad KO 4 Mormeck
KO Highlights below
Not much you can say about this next list except, "Wow, did you see that!!" Seriously, here is my personal list of the best one punch knockouts over the past 11 years. It's amazing what an effect the knockouts had on the recipients' careers, as well as the entire sport of boxing.
Emanuel Steward has hinted his fighter, IBF/WBA/WBO heavyweight champion Wladimir Klitschko (56-3, 49 KO's), will be back in the ring in December to fight Dereck Chisora or Alexander Povetkin.
With an impressive third round knock-out over former World Boxing Association (WBA) Champion Owen "What The Heck Beck" on June 24th, David "El Niño" Rodriguez upped his impressive undefeated record to 35-0, 33 KOs and picks up the vacant WBC Fecombox heavyweight title (otherwise known as the "Mexican National" title), as well as a top ranking by the men in green, making him an official contender.
Most fighters can only dream of one day fighting for the universally recognized heavyweight championship of the world.
The biggest heavyweight title fight in years wasn't an instant classic as IBF/WBO/IBO heavyweight champion Wladimir Klitschko (55-3, 49 KOs) scored a one-sided twelve round unanimous decision over cautious WBA champion David Haye (25-2, 23 KOs) on Saturday night at the Imtech Arena in Hamburg, Germany.
The scores were 117-109, 118-108, 116-110.
More to come...
Saturday July 2nd, Wladimir Klitschko and David Haye will face off in what is being labeled as the most significant heavyweight bout since Lennox Lewis fought Mike Tyson in June of 2002.