Winky Wright Gets Dominated

April 12, 2009

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If Paul Williams thought the world’s top boxers were scared of him before, just wait until they see the holes he punched in Winky Wright’s once-impenetrable defense.

Williams worked Wright like a heavy bag with hundreds of relentless blows, earning an emphatic victory by unanimous decision Saturday night in a meeting of two much-avoided middleweights.

In his first main-event bout in boxing’s capital city, Williams (37-1, 27 KOs) pounded at Wright’s famed defensive posture from the opening bell. The Augusta, Ga., native was simply masterful, systematically breaking down the former champion in Wright’s return from a 21-month ring absence.

With so many punches to block, Wright (51-5-1) simply didn’t have time to land enough scoring blows against his much taller, longer opponent. Williams barely appeared tired by the closing bell, chasing Wright around the ring up to the final seconds while anticipating what his biggest win yet will do for his blossoming career.

 

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