12 Rounds of Christmas: Huck vs Glowacki – Round 6
Dec 21 2015 12:00 AM
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In the spirit of the season, Premier Boxing Champions is gifting fight fans with video clips from 12 of the year's most exciting rounds, all from bouts staged under the PBC banner.

Presented in chronological order from Round 1 through Round 12, the series debuted December 14 and continues daily through December 25.

The sixth round of the 200-pound title fight between champion Marco Huck and Krzysztof Glowacki on August 14 easily could've been the final one.

The only thing that kept it from being so was Glowacki's incomprehensible heart.

When the Poland native got caught on the side of the head by Huck's pinpoint left hook early in the round, he slowly crumbled to the canvas and looked for all the world to be down for the count.

Even when Glowacki made it to his feet, he stumbled back into the ropes, at which point few would've blamed referee David Fields for waving an end to the bout.

But Fields didn't. And Glowacki took full advantage of his second chance.

A split second after the fight resumed, Glowacki-who would later admit that, at the time, he had no idea where he was-blasted Huck with a three-punch combination that stunned the champion, who was going for a division-record 14th title defense, and initiated a bombs-away battle that continued for the final two minutes of the round.

Not only did the sixth go down as one of the best rounds of 2015, but when Glowacki completed his improbable comeback with a stunning 11th-round knockout, the bout was immediately dubbed a Fight of the Year candidate.

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