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February 04, 2013

Compiled By Scott Shaffer

Sam Soliman W12 Felix Sturm... On Friday in Dusseldorf, Germany, 39 year-old Sam Soliman rejuvenated his 16-year pro career by upsetting Felix Sturm in a battle of middleweight contenders. Soliman (43-11) started slowly and got dropped in the second round. The Australian spoiler got up and outworked Sturm (37-4-2) over the remainder of the bout to win by scores of 114-113 (twice) and 116-111. Sturm, who has had several reigns as a 160-pound titlist, has benefitted from many debatable decisions in his favor, but not this time.  The bout was an IBF eliminator, meaning Soliman is now next in line to face Daniel Geale in an all-Australian tilt. source: fox sports australia

Daniel Geale W12 Anthony Mundine... Last week in Sydney, Australia, Daniel Geale retained his IBF middleweight championship (although Sergio Martinez remains the true world champion at 160 pounds) by defeating his big-mouthed rival, Anthony Mundine. The official scores were 117-111 (twice) and 116-112. Mundine disgraced himself both before and after the fight, questioning Geale's Aboriginal heritage on the basis of  Geale's light-colored skin, and then by claiming the judges robbed him even though everyone else seems to agree that Geale clearly deserved the win. With the win, Geale (29-1) avenged his only loss, a 2009 split decision verdict against Mundine. Along with Martinez and Gennady Golovkin, Geale is now clearly among the top three middleweights in the world. He is due to fight mandatory contender Sam Soliman next. source: sydney morning herald

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