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Sergio Martínez knockout ends Darren Barker's brave world title bid

Argentinian champion defends WBC middleweight title
British boxer's strong challenge ended in 11th round

The European middleweight champion Darren Barker's brave bid to take Sergio Martínez's WBC Diamond middleweight title ended with an 11th-round knockout in Atlantic City. Barker's unbeaten record ended at 23 fights as the 29-year-old outsider took the Argentinian to one minutes and 29 seconds of round 11 before his opponent's power finally proved too much.

    Sergio Martinez v Darren Barker

    Sergio Martínez successfully defended his WBC middleweight title against Britain's Darren Barker. Photograph: Andrew Couldridge/Action Images

    Barker had looked to match Martínez in the early rounds at the Boardwalk Hotel but as he tried to make up lost ground in the 11th he was caught by Martínez's destructive punching.

    Barker opened up in the 11th in a bid to take Martínez's title but he was stunned with a right before the champion moved in with another right which landed behind his opponent's ear. The Brit went to the canvas and although he tried to get back up he was counted out.

    Barker started the contest well and landed a left to Martínez's body, his opponent responding with a left to the head. Both fighters used the early rounds to land jabs and Barker drew blood from Martínez's nose in the fourth round with a good combination.

    Barker got the blood flowing again in the next round when he landed a right but the champion put together a good combination in the sixth. Martínez, a southpaw, also finished the seventh strongly but Barker came back in the eighth.

    Round nine saw Martínez again finish well and he shook Barker with two rights in the 10th which forced the Barnet fighter to rely on solid defence. But as Barker looked to make up lost ground in the 11th he was rocked by a right which Martínez followed with another to the head which ended the contest.

    Martínez paid tribute to his opponent. "I wasn't frustrated at all, it was a good job by Barker," he said. "I had to neutralise his attack, I had to break him down."


Martinez scores late KO win over Barker

Darren Barker demonstrated his pedigree with a brave display on Saturday night against WBC Diamond middleweight champion Sergio Martinez before eventually succumbing to an 11th round knockout.

It all ended in despair for Barker after getting his title bid off to a great start at the Boardwalk Hall, establishing his jab early on and bloodying the champions nose in the fourth round.

But the Argentinean’s power eventually got to Barker as he took control of the fight, battering the Englishman’s high guard with combination after combination before sending him to the canvas in the penultimate round with a straight right just behind the ear.

The knockout decided matters but in truth by then Martinez had already done enough to secure the victory, leading on all three judges' scorecards - 99-91, 97-94 and 96-94 - at the time of the ten-count.

‘I can't remember the punch,’ Barker said afterwards. ‘I can't remember. I remember my legs just fell from under me. I was trying to get up, but couldn't. I didn't feel he was a massive puncher before that.’



Barker goes down fighting: Martinez wins by KO

Darren Barker's challenge for Sergio Martinez's scalp ended with a stoppage loss last night in Atlantic City for the Barnet man.

Now the headline is out of the way, we can look at how the boxing experts and bookies were very nearly proven wrong in their assessment of the 'Untested and unheralded' British visitor.

"He'll get obliterated" said one scribe. "Barker who?!" said another. But true scholars of boxing knew that below hyperbole of both men, lay a battle of unorthadox power puncher versus a well-schooled and patient London pugilist.

Starting brightly behind a crisp jab, 29-year old Barker paid no attention to the sense of occasion surrounding the bout. Using great use of distance, he pressed Martinez and made a strong case for winning the opening clutch of rounds.

Barker's main success came in the fourth round, when a straight-right splayed Sergio's nose across his cheeks. The blood was staunched in the corner but it seemed as though Darren was not only out-boxing Martinez but had also broken this pound-for-pound star's nose in the process.

Suddenly the pro-Martinez crowd was less vocal and his team at ringside grew nervous that the foundations for a big upset were carefully being laid.

But before that foundation could harden, Martinez sprung into life during the 6th round and not a moment too soon for his fans.

Previously Sergio struggled to find the range to connect his looping power punches, as Barker's footwork had previously proved the difference. But now Barker's feet had slowed he suddenly began to catch the Barnet man.

Barker then elected to catch the shots on his gloves and stay in range, in an effort to get his own off. But unfortunately this change of tact held the door wide open to Martinez, who likes to corkscrew head shots around the guard (as demonstrated in the Dzinziruk fight).

As Barker suddenly began taking more shots, he began to show his fighting heart and return leather of his own. The clinical moves of earlier were brushed aside as the pair got macho with each other.

Martinez was now in his element, the elusive opponent he'd struggled with earlier was now smack bang in front of him and he'd take full advantage of it with the biggest clubbing shots he could muster.

In the 11th and final round of their fight, Martinez found a big shot around the gloved defence of Barker, scrambling his senses and switching off his legs. Brave Barker winced on the floor before trying to rise before the count. But his valant effort failed and thus the fight ended at 1.29 of that round.

Barker, ever critical of himself declared afterwards that "I'm extremely disappointed and gutted not to be bringing the belt back home.

"I didn't think he was too much of a puncher but he caught me with something and my legs just went."

But as a 20/1 underdog on some bookie's odds, he proved beyond doubt that he can step onto the biggest of stages and hang with the best.

To say this was his first 'World Class' opponent; And that Martinez is regarded as the very best in his division.... Darren Barker may not be bringing the belt back home, but he will be packing something far more important into his return luggage: Respect.




Sergio Martinez knocks out Darren Barker in the 11th

Sergio Martinez ends Darren Barker's world title dream with an 11th-round knockout in Atlantic City

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Sergio Martinez has only ever suffered two defeatsPhoto:

Middleweight champion Sergio Martinez knocked out Great Britain’s Darren Barker in the 11th round in Atlantic City on Saturday night.

The fight was much closer than many had predicted until Martinez landed a straight right to the head which floored the 29-year-old and left him unable to rise to for the 10-count.

The 36-year-old Argentine was ahead on all the judges’ score cards – 99-91, 97-93 and 96-94 – when the bout was ended.

The win gave Martinez his third straight knockout victory, but he was made to look beatable for the first time since becoming the best middleweight because of his opponent’s solid boxing skills.

Barker used his height and reach advantage to keep the champion at bay in the early rounds, breaking Martinez’s nose in the fourth with his solid jab and occasional right hand.

However, from the fifth round onwards Martinez increased his work rate and soon began overwhelming his opponent.

The Argentine fought behind rapid four and five punch combinations which Barker was unable to do deal with, forcing him cover up behind his gloves for long periods of the later rounds.

The Londoner’s punch output decreased with every round as Martinez became stronger and undoubtedly sensed his opponent’s inability to keep up with the pace.

And as the bout entered the final rounds, it was evident that Barker was looking to survive rather than win. The British challenger was not throwing enough punches to be in with a realistic chance of the winning the bout.

Martinez then showed his championship class by improving as the fight progressed, and as the 11th round began the only way the Argentine could lose was if he allowed himself to be knocked out.

The final blow, a straight right to the side of the head, seemed to unbalance Barker more than anything, but he was still on the canvas as the referee counted to ten.

“I can’t remember the punch,” said Barker after the fight. “My legs just fell out from under me. I was trying to get up, but couldn’t, I didn’t feel he was a massive puncher before that.”

Amid continued speculation of a potential fight against Manny Pacquiao or Floyd Mayweather Jr, Martinez said: “I’ll fight anybody, as long as I can come to a good deal and so can my rival.”

Martinez’s record now stands at 48 victories, 27 by knock out, two losses and two draws.

Barker, suffering defeat for the first time, saw his record fall to 23 wins, 14 by knock out and a single defeat. However, his reputation and stature have greatly improved despite the loss.



Brave Barker suffers 11th-round KO as destructive Martinez maintains title

European champion Darren Barker's brave bid to take Sergio Martinez's WBC middleweight title ended with an 11th-round knockout in Atlantic City.

Barker's unbeaten record ended at 23 fights as the 29-year-old outsider took the Argentinian to one minutes and 29 seconds of round 11 before his opponent's power finally proved too much.

Barker had looked to match Martinez in the early rounds at the Boardwalk Hotel but as he tried to make up lost ground in the 11th he was caught by his opponent's destructive punching.

Taking a hit: Sergio Martinez lands a clean blow on Darren Barker to put him down in the 11th-round of their fight in Atlantic City

Taking a hit: Sergio Martinez lands a clean blow on Darren Barker to put him down in the 11th-round of their fight in Atlantic City

Taking a hit: Sergio Martinez lands a clean blow on Darren Barker to put him down in the 11th-round of their fight in Atlantic City

Barker opened up in the 11th but was stunned with a right before the champion moved in with another from the same hand which landed behind his opponent's ear. It sent the Briton to the canvas and although he tried to get back up he was counted out.

Both fighters had used the early rounds to land jabs and Barker drew blood from Martinez's nose in the fourth round with a good combination.

And the blood was flowing again in the next round when he landed a right but the champion put together a good combination in the sixth.
Martinez also finished the seventh strongly but Barker came back in the eighth.

Head and shoulders above the rest: Martinez maintains his WBC World Middleweight Diamond Belt

Head and shoulders above the rest: Martinez maintains his WBC World Middleweight Diamond Belt

Round nine saw Martinez again finish well and he shook Barker with two rights in the 10th which forced the Barnet fighter to rely on solid defence.

But as Barker looked to make up lost ground in the 11th he was rocked by a right which Martinez followed with another to the head which ended the contest.

Martinez paid tribute to his opponent, saying on Sky Sports: 'I wasn't frustrated at all, it was a good job by Barker. I had to neutralise his attack, I had to break him down.'

By Sportsmail Reporter



After title defense, Martinez welcomes any willing challengers

Sergio Martinez

ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. -- They'll get his name right next time.

An unheralded British middleweight named Darren Barker made the stand of his life Saturday against the best fighter in the world not named Floyd Mayweather or Manny Pacquiao.

In the end Sergio Martinez came through with an 11th-round knockout to defend his lineal middleweight championship, but not before a fight that proved far better than anyone expected, certainly the many ringside oracles who presaged an early knockout victory for 2010's consensus Fighter of the Year.

What had been viewed as little more than a marking-time fight for Martinez -- who ranks No. 3 on most pound-for-pound lists but whose ability far exceeds his Q score -- turned out to be an entertaining challenge that demanded a gutsy effort from world's best 160-pounder.

"Nobody believed he was a tough fighter," Martinez said afterward through translator and adviser Sampson Lewkowicz. "Nobody gave a shot to him. It's the same thing that people thought about me when I came from Europe."

Fighting for just the second time outside his native England, Barker (23-1, 14 KOs) brought an attractive record but an alarmingly thin resume. Bookmakers had installed him as a 9-to-1 underdog, though many offshore betting sites offered odds as long as 25-to-1. Even Martinez seemed to look past the unknown challenger, talking breathlessly throughout the buildup about his willingness to drop to a catchweight of 150 pounds to land a fight with Mayweather or Pacquiao instead of the 29-year-old Londoner.

Few of the 4,376 in the crowd at Boardwalk Hall noticed when ring announcer Michael Buffer introduced him as Darren Baker. Even fewer believed he'd pose much of a challenge for the 36-year-old Argentine expat and Oxnard, Calif., resident who'd upset Kelly Pavlik and nearly decapitated Paul Williams last year to skyrocket from relative obscurity to the pound-for-pound penthouse.

"I haven't seen a fighter that disrespected before a fight in a long time," said Lou DiBella, who promotes Martinez. "I think everybody knows who Darren Barker is now."

After both fighters spent the first two rounds feeling one another out, it was Barker who began landing with regularity as an uncharacteristically sloppy Martinez struggled to solve his opponent's disciplined peek-a-boo defense.

From the second round on, Martinez dropped his hands in an effort to get Barker to open up, but the Englishman managed to connect with a crisp punch early that broke the champ's nose and opened a steady flow of blood. ("That was a good shot," Martinez later recalled with a laugh.) Through four rounds, most at ringside had the fight even.

If the mark of a great champion is the ability to find a way to win when he doesn't have his best stuff, Martinez may just be as extraordinary as his bellicose promoter insists.

"I always get a second wind," Martinez said. "It was part of our game plan going in."

Martinez (48-2-2, 27 KOs) began to take control in the middle rounds, finding range with his straight right and letting his hands go. But Barker stayed in the pocket and gave it as good as he got it, matching and sometimes winning the exchanges in the middle of the ring. Still, Martinez was the busier fighter and started banking rounds by putting his punches together to the head and body.

The cumulative effect of Martinez's body work paid off when the champ wobbled Barker badly late in the 10th, though the Englishman managed to make it to the bell. Minutes later, a straight right to Barker's forehead closed the show at 1:29 of the 11th, when he couldn't beat referee Eddie Cotton's 10-count.

"I can't remember the punch," Barker said. "My legs just fell out from under me. I was trying to get up but I couldn't."

His outstanding defense kept him in the fight, but Barker's inability to throw punches down the stretch kept him from scoring a seismic upset. Martinez connected on 206 of 691 punches (30 percent) compared to just 115 of 408 punches (38 percent) for Barker. The most glaring disparity came during the last two rounds, where Martinez staked a 33-7 edge in power punches. He led on all three scorecards at the time of the stoppage, but it was hardly a blowout: 99-91, 97-94 and 96-94.

Martinez, who took up boxing at the impossibly advanced age of 20, took the long road to the brink of boxing superstardom, but the last step could prove the hardest as he attempts to lure either Pacquiao or Mayweather into the ring in a play for the mainstream recognition that's eluded him despite a crowd-pleasing style and matinee-idol looks.

Two more likely potential opponents -- beltholder Dmitry Pirog and recent DiBella signee Matthew Macklin -- watched Saturday from ringside. But the most attractive option for Martinez is the winner of the Dec. 3 rematch at Madison Square Garden between Miguel Cotto and Antonio Margarito, though DiBella insists Top Rank CEO Bob Arum (who promotes both) would never risk either fighter against Martinez.

"I'm ready to fight anybody as long as we can come to a good deal and so can my rival," Martinez said.

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