2016 BOXING fight – Marcus Browne vs Radivoje Kalajdzic – full fight Video

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2 Star RatingReview by AllTheBestFights.com: 2016-04-16, close fight but with too many interruptions: Marcus Browne vs Radivoje Kalajdzic gets two stars.

Both undefeated, the American Marcus Browne entered this fight with a perfect boxing record of 17-0-0 (13 KOs=76%) and he is ranked as the No.15 light heavyweight in the world while his opponent, Radivoje Kalajdzic, has an official record of 21-0-0 (14 knockouts) and he entered as the No.75 cruiserweight. Both boxers fought four times last year and in their last bout Browne beat Francisco Sierra while Kalajdzic won over Fabio Garrido. Browne vs Kalajdzic is valid for the vacant WBC United States (USNBC) light heavyweight title; undercard of Errol Spence Jr vs Chris Algieri. Watch the video and rate this fight!

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Date: 2016-04-16

Where: Barclays Center, New York, USA

Division: light heavyweight (175 lbs, 79.4 kg)

Title: vacant WBC United States (USNBC) light heavyweight title

Result: Click here to show the fight’s result
Marcus Browne def. Radivoje Kalajdzic (split decision, 76-74, 74-76, 76-75)

 

Browne’s next fight: Marcus Browne vs Thomas Williams Jr

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5 thoughts on “2016 BOXING fight – Marcus Browne vs Radivoje Kalajdzic – full fight Video”

  1. And a Travesty decision to boot.
    Had Kalajdzic easily winning this one AND since we all know the knockdown in the first wasn’t one – this is one fight I hope they appeal and is over turned. Hell to be honest the commission should do it without being asked to do so. Not doing so is pure negligence.

    Browne couldn’t step it up and over come
    Kalajdzic’s awkwardness.Kalajdzic needs a better coach to learn the fundamentals and then how to incorporate his style into an effective one. If his balance was corrected along with how to use his left after his right – he can become a threat. If not – nope – will get out boxed and also TKO’d by better opposition.

  2. Very close fight and dificult to judge. It was also very disorganized with too much holding and pushing which caused the referee to work pretty hard. The call for the first knock down against to Radivoje was wrong and I believe it was detrimental to give the victory to him. Technically Marcus was a little bit better and he was winning the first part of the fight but holding his adversary as much as he could. Radijove was the fultime aggressor and in my opinion in the last 3 rounds he performed better than Marcus including having a real knock down. He should be the winner of this fight even though it was really tie

  3. Prejudiced announcer and a less than adequate ref, he should have deducted points from brown for trying to turn the fight into a football match I saw Divjoe
    winning easily. If this sort of judging and refereeing continues then you may as watch big time wrestling. Most disappointing for both contestants in my opinion!

  4. When two things are taken into account, I believe this fight deserves at least a 3 star rating, and alone gives credence to the argument in favor of incorporating some degree of a fractional rating system because it’s BETTER than a 3 star… it’s a 3.5/5.
    Giving a fight a rating of only 2 stars makes the majority of hardcore, and casual fans alike, not think twice about skipping over it.. And this fight deserves more, because 1) both of these men will be title contenders in the next 12-18 months, and 2) the promotional duties being handled by the great Lou Dibella, and the exciting nature of the fight have created a very exciting, and very needed rivalry for boxing. The fight deserves 3 stars. The amount of timeouts etc. are irelevant because it’s only an 8 round fight…so how much time was actually lost..? Not to mention the fact that not a single human being who watches it now will not have the ability to fast forward through all that stuff.

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