by Lem SatterfieldFiled under: IBF, WBO
Serbian-born, WBO cruiserweight (200 pounds) champion Marco "Captain" Huck of Germany will pursue his 11th straight win, his ninth knockout during that time, and his third straight stoppage victory on Saturday night when he takes on Rhode Island's Matt Godfrey in the fourth defense of his title before his hometown fans in Erfurt, Thüringen, Germany.
The 25-year-old Huck (29-1, 22 knockouts) is coming off of May's ninth-round knockout of American Brian Minto, whom he floored in the previous round under a barrage of blows and dropped in the third, and, the fifth rounds, as well.
Huck has not lost since December of 2007, when promotional stablemate and present IBF king, Steve Cunningham (23-2, 12 KOs), stopped him in the 12th round.
"My fans love my aggressiveness and explosiveness, and I will make sure Matt Godfrey will get a good taste of it. I am just too explosive for him. The belt stays in Germany. I want to put on...