Found December 09, 2012 on The Queensbury Rules:
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Harlesden super middleweight James “Chunky” DeGale largely dominated a dogged Fulgencio Zuniga in Hull, Saturday evening, yet he didn’t have everything his own way after the Barranquilla veteran came on over the second half of the contest. The Londoner almost took Zuniga out in round 3, had the Colombian hurt and teetering on the brink at several junctures during the remainder of the bout, yet had to settle for a unanimous 118-109 verdict after another enigmatic, at times irksome showing. DeGale (167 ½) began boxing with his usual swagger from the southpaw stance and jolted Zuniga (164 ½) with a left hook that preceded waves of windmill-armed attacks. DeGale would dart into range and then down into a crouch, where he’d then hold his feet before rapping off arm punches in an approach faintly reminiscent of the flashy former middleweight world titlist John David Jackson. The current European champion at 168 lbs., DeGale had a knockdown chalked off in round 2, after the Itali...
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