Arthur Abraham entered this fight with a pro boxing record of 43-4-0 (29 knockouts) and he is ranked as the No.1 super middleweight in the world. He suffered his last defeat in 2013 when he faced Robert Stieglitz in their second bout (=Abraham vs Stieglitz 2), but since then he has won seven consecutive fights taking revenge on Stieglitz in 2014 (=Stieglitz vs Abraham 3) and also in 2015 (=Abraham vs Stieglitz 4).
His opponent, Martin Murray, has a record of 32-2-1 (15 knockouts) and he entered as the No.7 in the same weight class. He has already fought four times in 2015 losing to #1 Mw Gennady Golovkin (=Golovkin vs Murray) but then he has won the other three bouts beating Jose Miguel Torres in his last one (=Murray vs Torres). Abraham vs Murray is valid for the WBO World super middleweight title (Abraham’s fifth defense). Watch the video and rate this fight!
Where: Tui Arena, Hannover, Germany
Division: super middleweight (168 lbs, 76.2 kg)
Title: WBO World super middleweight title
Abraham’s previous fight: Arthur Abraham vs Robert Stieglitz 4
Murray’s previous fight: Martin Murray vs Jose Miguel Torres
Abraham’s next fight: Arthur Abraham vs Gilberto Ramirez
Murray’s next fight: Martin Murray vs Cedric Spera
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4 comments on “2015 BOXING fight – Arthur Abraham vs Martin Murray – full fight Video WBO”
Otra pelea larga y monotona,donde dos boxeadores en decadencia tiran muy pocos golpes.Saludos
116-111 for Murray. Really had a hard time finding rounds for King Arthur.
yes it’s true, murray was the winner but in germany you can only win by ko….
Wasn’t Abraham’s best performance, but Murray is a very tough customer. Hats off to him! I scored the fight 115-112 for Abraham. A few things I’d like to say about this one… First, 3rd round low blow wasn’t one, it landed right on the protector and Abraham just took the opportunity to catch his breath in a round I thought he was losing. Actually, I thought Murray was doing really well in the first rounds, taking advantage of the ring’s size by using his legs and by smothering Abraham’s attack when he was trying to counter. In that regard, Abraham should’ve worked more to the body of Murray to cut his legs, or should’ve tried the uppercut more often when Murray was closing the gap… but that’s a problem with Abraham’s peekaboo defense style and he can get quite predictable. Despite all of this, Abraham managed to score significant shots in the 5th and 6th and won those rounds in my opinion. And when the referee gave Murray a serious warning in the 7th, it just seemed to me Murray was going to lose a wide decision. Surprisingly, he came back in the 8th with a huge right hand that seemed to boost his confidence. Entering the championship rounds, they were tied on my scorecard. But the point deduction in the 11th settled the decision. I thought it was a touchy move by the referee, since he had not warned Murray for the past few rounds. To me it was a fair decision. Some rounds were very tight and the fight could have gone one way or the other. One could argue though that Murray did hurt Abraham seriously at least twice, but the opposite can’t be said. Rematch?