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Monday, November 9, 2009

Helenius beaten Bidenko

Unbeatable Robert Helenius won by a 3rd round strike success over Ukrainian Taras Bidenko on Saturday at the Arena Nurnberger Versicherung, Germany. Helenius was in manage over the clash at the time of the strike, which came at the finish of the 3rd round due to a huge cut over the right eye of Bindenko.

Using his two inch height benefit over Bindenko Helenius jab away at Bindenko from the outside, and pierce Bindenko’s defense with exact right hands to the head. Helenius seem kind of rigid, and not very influential. However, he look superior and use his height and reach benefit well in the fight.

Bindenko had a tough time striking Helenius, because he would back missing quickly whenever Bindenko even implicit at trying to land any shot of his win. All three rounds were completely one-sided with Bindenko getting hit incessantly and very not often throwing anything back at Helenius. Bidenko came into the clash having been stopped up in his last clash next to Denis Boytsov in June. Bidenko looked like a case of his previous self and didn’t clash back with the older aggression that he used to have prior to being stopped by Boytsov.

Helenius will have a huge test in the way of previous World Boxing association heavyweight champ Lamon Brewster in December. That will be now as huge a examination for the 36-year-old Brewster, who was beaten in his last bout next to Gbenga Oloukun in an eight round choice loss. Brewster can’t pay for to lose and still stay as a name contender.

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