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Arthur Abraham beats Piotr Wilczewski, Eduard Gutknecht scores controversial win over Tony Averlant


Arthur Abraham took a wide unanimous decision from Piotr Wilczewski last night, taking his record to 34-3. Abraham has won two in a row and has made the first defence of his WBO European title, so he has gone some way to making up for his losses to Ward, Froch and Dirrell.

Some people watching the fight last night thought it was a lot closer than the judges scores made out. I have to admit, Wilczewski's workrate did make it seem like he was in the fight and winning rounds, but on closer inspection it seems that Abraham was doing a great defensive job. The thirty-two year old, who has never lost by decision, made sure a lot of Wilczewski's punches were blocked or missed.

Abraham can't be accused of being a workhorse, but last night he did enough to win. On that evidence, King Arthur isn't going to threaten Bute, Froch, Ward, Dirrell or Taylor anytime soon. He needs to work more and rediscover the killer knockout instinct that seems to have deserted the second half of his career.

The official scores were 118-109, 118-109 and 119-108. Punchbag Blog's score was 116-111.

On the undercard, as expected  Eduard Gutknecht came out the winner against Tony Averlant, making it the third successful defence of his EBU European title. The light heavyweight scored a split decision with scores of 114-113 and 114-113, whereas one judge scored 114-113 in favor of Averlant.

Passions were running high when the decision for this fight were announced. Many thought that Averlant was robbed, and one Punchbag Blog reader left an impassioned rant to let his feelings be known.