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Hammond wins boxing bout, Hooper loses

WBA number 13 welterweight, Cameron "The Hammer" Hammond once again showed his potential for the top as he outboxed Romeo Jakosalem before halting him in the ninth round in an impressive performance in Brisbane last Saturday.

However, the news was not so good for another rising boxing star, Damien Hooper who suffered a shock first round knockout defeat to little known former Muay Thai fighter, Rob Rowdrill

Hammond is now on track for a possible crack at a world title after he scrambled his Filipino opponent's senses with a...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 12 November 2014 07:50

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Mundine plans to show some mongrel

SportAnthony Mundine plans to unleash his inner mongrel and killer instinct for his do-or-die contest with hard punching Sergey Rabchenko.

Knocked down five times in his last fight loss to Joshua Clottey, Mundine has worked on his defence for his November 12 bout with the WBC Silver light welterweight belt holder at Melbourne's Hisense Arena.

A win over Rabchenko from Belarus could potentially propel the 39 year old...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 05 November 2014 07:10

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