Saturday, June 09, 2012

Sigmon Falls To Pavlik In Seven!

Did he disgrace himself? Not at all.  Bedford, VA super middleweight Scott "Cujo" Sigmon was indeed a game competitor tonight in front of a nationally-televised (ESPN2) audience as well as the crowd at the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas.

However, a busted nose, a cut over his right eye and the skill difference between himself and former world champion Kelly "The Ghost" Pavlik of Youngstown, OH proved to be too much as Pavlik stopped Sigmon at the end of seven rounds of action.

Pavlik's jab landed repeatedly against Sigmon and his shots to the body were dominant as well.  Sigmon had a difficult job getting inside and when he did, Pavlik made him pay with short shots in close.  The nose busted around the fourth round and it didn't get any better.  Sigmon could not come out for the eighth round.

Sigmon is now 22-4,12 KO's while Pavlik rises to 39-2, 33 KO's.

14 comments:

Anonymous said...

Considering all the crap he said inside and outside the ring, he did disgrace himself. Cujo is an embarrassment, cut frommthe mold of talking all kinds of stuff but not being able to back it upmat all. Joke.

Anonymous said...

Bum

Anonymous said...

Gary, Scott didn't even throw one good punch in 7 rounds. I like Scott but it was a lousy performance.

Anonymous said...

Not a disgrace, but a huge disgrace. Running your mouth like that. Hensley didn't bring that boy up right and it showed. Nothing but a bad low club fighter.

Anonymous said...

Give him credit for hanging in there with a busted nose and cuts but that's about it. No skills to speak of.

Anonymous said...

Hey I see your profile says this is the place to look to see amateur fights coming up. Can you tell me exactly where to look because I cant find any.

Anonymous said...

He tried and thats all you csn ask for.A couple of points:Yes he talked himself into the fight by running his mouth but he got to fight a former world champion in Las Vegas on ESPN main event-not too bad for a self trained self promoted boxer.2.He showed incredible toughness and didnt get blown out in 2 or 3 rounds and he didnt get knocked out.3.He never quit and was always trying and he was facing a world class puncher.
4.He would beat Jeter no doubt about it and the funniest thing to me is Jeter wins a rematch against a club fighter who tkoed him and hes forgiven.

Anonymous said...

If Cujo is a low level fighter my question is what is Jeter and the rest of them?
At the end of the day at least he had the balls to step up and fight someone of KPs caliber and finish on his feet-not too many people can say that.

Anonymous said...

Yeah, it was pretty much a disgrace. Didn't fight, just held on. Didn't throw one effective punch. Talking stuff in ring when his ship was sinking. Pretty classless, but what did you expect from a Joe Hensley raised white trash flailer, hailing from a trailer park?

Anonymous said...

Jeter would do the same to Cujo

Gary Digital Williams said...

For the person looking for amateur cards -- look further down the site and you will see some. I will also be announcing the amateurs heading to Mobile, AL for the Junior Olympics later this month.

Anonymous said...

If jeter would have done the samething he would have fought cujo.

Anonymous said...

It's all a mater of perspective.
Some people will give Sigmon credit for standing seven rounds with Pavlik.
These people are not real boxing people.
Then there are others that know boxing that think Sigmon was a discrace and shouldn't be allowed
to box ever again.
Who was the idot in the corner wearing the glasses.probobly Just another dingleberry.This whole thing was a circus from the begining,even sigmons girl ran up and stuck her head in the camera
while in the crowd. Guess it runs in the family.
My summary is this. It's America and your supposed to be able to do what you want to so Sigmon and his band of merry men went to Vegas for a weekend of boxing and got beat up but probobly had some drinks (I meen lots of drinks) and
used a few bags of ice,for the drinks and for Sigmons face and hopefully were invited to sit at ringside for the Bradley Pacman fight (based on his performance in the Pavlik fight)and explain to the pay per view commentators how his epic battle the night before should be included in the pay per view broadcast.
You know they will agree but there
will be someone who just won't understand in the upper office.


getting your face beat in for seven rounds is nothing to be proud of.
I don't know who this Jeter guy is but he would probobly do the same thing to Sigmon

Anonymous said...

Of course he lost and didn't throw one good punch