Heavy weight world champion Wladimir Klitschko defends titles
Ukrainian heavy weight world champion Wladimir Klitschko defended his belts of the IBF (International Boxing Federation), WBO (World Boxing Organization), WBA (World Boxing Association) and IBO (International Boxing Organization) to seal his 50th knockout career knockout against Jean Marc Mormeck at Dusseldorf Arena on Saturday night, Xinhua reported.
"Dr Steelhammer" expectedly dominated the fight against contender Mormeck who already suffered the fight knock down at second round following a right hammer to the chin by Klitschko.
Mormeck remained absolutely passive thus Klitschko stopped the fiasco at the fourth round after a hammering combination that brought French contender Mormeck down, consequently referee Luis Pabon stopped the one sided affair to give "Dr Steelhammer" his 50 knockout at his 60th fight.
The 35-year-old Klitschko remains unbeaten since April 2004.
"This is the greatest day for me. I have done everything to reach the number of 50 knockouts. I dominated the fight because I was well prepared," Klitschko said after the fight.
"The end came too early. It was hard for me to fight against him as he is very tall. Nevertheless, it is disappointing to lose so early. I was still in top shape," Mormeck said.