Found July 28, 2012 on The Queensbury Rules:
PLAYERS: George Groves
In making his American debut, highly touted super middleweight contender George Groves showed an ability to give an entertaining fight, as he Francisco Sierra via. Both fighters landed their share of solid power punches in the 1st, with Groves showing a bit more in terms of boxing ability. Groves began to work in some good combinations in the 2nd, landing a variety of uppercuts and hooks while in the center of the ring. Groves suffered a bad cut in the 3rd, likely resulting from a clash of heads. The two engaged in an absolute war over the final minute, throwing wild haymakers with Groves' often getting there better. Sierra's right eye began to swell in the 4th as the two engaged in more toe-to-toe action. Groves landed some great overhand rights in the round but is leaving himself open for Sierra to land something big.Groves started countering Sierra extremely well in the 5th, exploiting the lack of speed Sierra brought with his wild shots. Sierra started to show signs o...
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