Danger Zone: Wladimir Klitschko vs. Ray Austin

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Danger Zone: Wladimir Klitschko vs. Ray Austin
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Date: 
Saturday, March 10, 2007
Rounds Scheduled: 
12
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IBF Heavyweight Champion Wladimir Klitschko makes quick work of American heavyweight hopeful Ray Austin in Germany. Known for his sledgehammer like right hand, Wladimir instead knocks Austin face down and out with a series of left hooks in the second round.




Fan Cards: Danger Zone: Wladimir Klitschko vs. Ray Austin


scorecard by CHRIS M95
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WLADIMIR KLITSCHKO
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10
RAY AUSTIN
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scorecard by DIZZY
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WLADIMIR KLITSCHKO
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RAY AUSTIN
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scorecard by HART
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WLADIMIR KLITSCHKO
10
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RAY AUSTIN
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scorecard by JAROD KILLIAN
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WLADIMIR KLITSCHKO
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RAY AUSTIN
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scorecard by STINGEV98
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WLADIMIR KLITSCHKO
10
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RAY AUSTIN
9
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scorecard by NF82
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WLADIMIR KLITSCHKO
10
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RAY AUSTIN
9
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scorecard by THEICEMANJDOG
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WLADIMIR KLITSCHKO
10
10
RAY AUSTIN
9
9


scorecard by ZAC.RJ
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WLADIMIR KLITSCHKO
10
10
RAY AUSTIN
9
9


scorecard by RORSCHACH
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WLADIMIR KLITSCHKO
10
10
RAY AUSTIN
9
9


scorecard by BOXING KNOWLEDGE
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WLADIMIR KLITSCHKO
10
10
RAY AUSTIN
9
9


scorecard by COREY WILLINGER
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WLADIMIR KLITSCHKO
10
10
RAY AUSTIN
9
9


Comments

rorschach's picture

Wlad makes quick work of Austin.

dizzy's picture

This matchup is a great example of how spineless are the rankings of the major sanctioning bodies, Austin was the national-level fighter pushed to the moon by Don King, he was able to climb up the rankings by fighting the higher-ranked US heavyweights (at the time when the American heavyweight boxing was in a very sad state), without facing actual top heavyweight fighters besides Sultan Ibragimov who, in my opinion, beat Austin by a comfortable margin. Austin and Don King talked a lot of smack before the bout, calling Klitschko heartless among many things, enjoying their 15 minutes of glory. Klitschko was not remotely challenged by Austin, he didn't throw a signle right hand during the entire bout, demolishing his overmatched opponent with his left. After the bout, Klitschko admitted he faced better fighters during his training camp, and I wouldn't say he was lying or exaggerating.