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Sturm vs Soliman Live streaming Fight TV

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Posted Friday, February 01, 2013 08:15 AM   0 comments
Felix v Sam live stream : Watch Live Sturm V Soliman  Fight online games . Felix v Sam Fight 1st February 2013 Watch Sturm vs Soliman Live Stream Boxing . Felix Sturm and Sam Soliman are good to go for tomorrow's IBF middleweight eliminator tomorrow in Düsseldorf, in a fight televised by SAT1 in Germany, and also by BoxNation in the United Kingdom.

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Both Sturm (37-3-2, 16 KO) and Soliman (42-11, 17 KO) weighed in at 159.84 pounds, to be precise. The 34-year-old Sturm is coming off of a loss to Daniel Geale, while Soliman, 39, has won seven straight fights dating back to 2008, including a win last August over Giovanni Lorenzo.


The winner is fighting for the right to face Geale, which is a money fight of sorts either way for the reigning titlist. A Geale-Sturm rematch would have an audience in Germany or Australia, while Geale-Soliman is a solid domestic fight in Australia.


Soliman vs Sturm Live IBF middleweight Boxing streaming 2013/02/01 . Audio | video  | TV channels Felix Sturm and Sam Soliman made weight for their IBF middleweight eliminator today, with the fight taking place tomorrow in Germany.

elix Sturm, Former: 3-Time Middleweight Champion: “I’m excited about Friday. It’s great to be in Dusseldorf and I am in great shape. I had an excellent camp. Some of my sparring partners were able to clone his fighting style and I’m really prepared to fight a guy as unorthodox as Sam. The fight against him will still be very difficult but I’ll prevent him from getting into his rhythm. I need to dictate the pace and the distance and I’m sure I’ll do just that. Sam is a great challenge and I haven’t looked past him. I’m completely focused on him. I want to become champion again and I’ll make the first step towards that goal on Friday night. The fans are in for a real treat.”

Sam Soliman, IBF No. 1 Ranked Middleweight Contender: “I’m happy to be in Germany. This is a tremendous fight. I know I’m going to have lots of fun in the ring; boxing is fun for me. We had a great camp and I won’t let him get into the way of my goal – to become middleweight champion of the world.”

Fritz Sdunek, Trainer Felix Sturm: “I was with Felix for the whole camp and he is in tip-top shape. He will have an answer to everything Sam Soliman will bring on Friday. This won’t be an easy fight, but Felix, I’m sure, will win this convincingly.”

Susi Kentikian, Former Female Word Champion: “It’s great to be back in Dusseldorf, despite the disappointment last December. I was looking forward to a rematch with Carina Moreno, but she injured herself and now I’m up against Anstasia Toktaulova. I beat her before in 2008 and I know she’ll want to get revenge. But she won’t get it. I’m ready for Friday.
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