Rozicki KOs Durodola in one

WBC #1 rated cruiserweight Ryan “The Bruiser” Rozicki (20-1, 19 KOs) scored a first round TKO over #8 Olanrewaju “God’s Power” Durodola (43-10, 40 KOs) in a WBC eliminator on Saturday night at the Emera Centre Stadium in Sydney, Nova Scotia, Canada. Rozicki rocked the 43-year-old Durodola and unleashed a barrage of punches that prompted a quick referee’s stoppage. Time was 1:47. Rozicki is now the official mandatory challenger to face newly crowned WBC cruiserweight world champion Noel Mikaelyan.

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        • Hahaha settle down. He might not be afraid to fight Opetaia but he will definitely get schooled. Guy hits hard for sure, but that’s it.

      • And that’s what you know about him. Ryan Rozicki will eat him for lunch and shit him out a round later. You have no idea what monster is you just watch tv and gossip. Operaia will not last 3 rounds with Ryan

    • Opetaia could destroy a lot of guys. I’d say Rozicki has as good a chance to beat him as anyone.

  • Just wondering if,,,when boxers have a medical before a fight,do the medical people check a fighters peripheral vision?
    I wonder sometimes , especially in older fighters

  • I remember Durodolas fights, especially the wars with Kudryashov. Time to hang em up now.

  • Well, I guess he can lose the nick name Olanrewaju “God’s Power” Durodola more like no power!

    • He was probably saying to himself God why get in the ring with this cat o god help me

  • Ryan doesn’t have to prove his toughness to anyone especially his opponents. His trainers should focus a little more on his ability to slip punches.He has all the necessary offensive skills but he still lacks in defensive technique. As he moves up in the ranks he will face more skilled operatives where defensive work will be needed for further success.

  • Nova Scotia son here, Ryan looked sharp, slipped some punches right before he landed a right hand that started the on slot . Make no mistake, he is a finisher . If he staggers a fighter,it’s game over. Once he smells blood, he’ll pour it on and seems to have good stamina right to the last round. He is coming into his prime and he will be danger to anyone. He will fight anybody, so lets see how many of the current champs, step up. Yes, he is ranked #1, but I’ve seen enough mandatory #1 fighters to know that does not always bear fruit, but we will find out. P.S. All be safe and take care.

  • Unfortunately a lot of young fighters like Rozicki are put in with bums to build up their record and the first time they come up against real talent they end up getting their brain scrambled

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