Wladimir Klitschko retains his heavyweight titles against Jean-Marc Mormeck and gets his 50th career knockout victory in the process.
Klitschko proved that his size and skill was too much for the much smaller Jean-Marc Mormeck a former cruiserweight champion from France.
From the start of the first round, Wladimir Klitschko was preventing Mormeck from doing any inside fighting by tying up and putting his weight on Mormecks back any time he got close, at the end of the round Mormeck didn’t throw a single punch.
In round two, Wladimir lands a right hand that sends Mormeck to the canvas and Mormeck gets up and finishes the round. Round three was another dominant round for Wladimir mainly because Mormeck hasn’t thrown any punches.
Mormeck rarely threw any punches and was just bobbing and weaving with a closed guard, the end came in the fourth round after Klitschko landed a hard left hook on challenger in the 4th round sending him to the canvas, Mormeck is slow to get up and the referee calls off the fight.