Gwynne tops Marsili, Gorman loses

Lightweight Gavin Gwynne (17-2-1, 5 KOs) got all he could handle from previously unbeaten 47-year-old Emiliano Marsili (42-1-1, 16 KOs), but still came away with the W on Friday night at the famed York Hall in London. Gwynne was crowned EBU European lightweight champion when Marsili was unable to continue after round eight due to a shoulder injury.

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Heavyweight Nathan Gorman (19-3, 13 KOs) came into the ring at the Toughsheet Community Stadium in Bolton, England, at a career high 296 pounds. He left the ring with an eight round loss to the much fitter Bohdan Myronets (8-1, 4 KOs). The referee scored it 77-76.

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    • He took a year off and ate a whole human being. That is why he came in the ring so fat.

  • Entering the ring in an obese condition means that Gorman must have pretty much given up on his career.

  • 47-year-old Emiliano Marsili (42-1-1, 16 KOs), had gout set in, hell I’m 55 and would have stopped either one no doubt!

  • Gorman didn’t look athletic even in his peak condition. He can’t afford to not put the work in, and there it shows.

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