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2005-12-10 Arthur Abraham w rsc 5 Kingsley Ikeke, The Arena, Leipzig, Germany - IBF. Referee: Samuel Viruet. Contesting the vacant title Abraham (159) proved too good for Ikeke (159), starting faster and getting his punches off better, especially the right over the top followed by a left hook. The taller Ikeke tried hard enough but he could not get going and in the fifth he was caught by a heavy right-left-right combination that saw him eventually stumbling to the floor after the referee had waved it over with 84 seconds of the session remaining.
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2005-12-10 [[Arthur Abraham]] w rsc 5 [[Kingsley Ikeke]], The Arena, Leipzig, Germany - IBF. Referee: Samuel Viruet. Contesting the vacant title Abraham (159) proved too good for Ikeke (159), starting faster and getting his punches off better, especially the right over the top followed by a left hook. The taller Ikeke tried hard enough but he could not get going and in the fifth he was caught by a heavy right-left-right combination that saw him eventually stumbling to the floor after the referee had waved it over with 84 seconds of the session remaining.
  
 
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Revision as of 14:38, 1 March 2012

2005-12-10 Arthur Abraham w rsc 5 Kingsley Ikeke, The Arena, Leipzig, Germany - IBF. Referee: Samuel Viruet. Contesting the vacant title Abraham (159) proved too good for Ikeke (159), starting faster and getting his punches off better, especially the right over the top followed by a left hook. The taller Ikeke tried hard enough but he could not get going and in the fifth he was caught by a heavy right-left-right combination that saw him eventually stumbling to the floor after the referee had waved it over with 84 seconds of the session remaining.