2010 best BOXING fight – Sergio Gabriel Martinez vs Paul Williams 2 – full fight Video Knockout of the Year

4_stars_best_boxing_fight_of_2010_videos_allthebestfightsReview: 2010-11-20, after the first fight between Sergio Gabriel Martinez and Paul Williams ended by a controversial decision in favour of the American, the two boxers faced each other in a rematch in 2010. In this second fight, after a good first round, Martinez knocked Paul Williams out in the second round! Martinez vs Williams 2 was valid for the WBC middleweight title and was awarded as the “Knockout of the Year” (by The Ring magazine). Watch the video!



Date: 2010-11-20

Where: Boardwalk Hall, Atlantic City, New Jersey, United States

Division: middleweight

Title: WBC middleweight title

Result: Sergio Gabriel Martinez def. Paul Williams (KO at 1:10, round 2)




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5 thoughts on “2010 best BOXING fight – Sergio Gabriel Martinez vs Paul Williams 2 – full fight Video Knockout of the Year”

  1. Well if there was controversy in the first fight, certainly there is no doubt about the winner in the second one! Why did the referee even bother to count? Devastating KO.

    • Matt fully agree with your comment here. As you are aware of this fight sealed the faith of both boxers. Sergio’s career reached stardom but Paul’s one went to the drain.
      I’m surprised because you are the first I know you do so much research in this sport. A real fan!!!

      • Thank you! I like the older fights, I was watching the sport in my teens (1995-2000) and I had a renaissance last year :)

      • Hey, I also forgot to mention that Martinez comes from Argentina, your original country :) Martinez looked very happy in the interview. Poor Williams looked awful in the interview, what could he say? He never saw this awkward punch.

        • Matt, YES he was another excellent boxer from Argentina. He decided to go for retirement at the age of 40 and because having problems with his hands and knee. He was very good one with a very personal style.


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