Huck/Glabowski WBO Cruiserweight title analysis

Marco Huck and Krzysztof Glowacki fight for the WBO world cruiserweight title on Friday 8/14, Prudential Center, Newark NJ. It’s the first big fight at the Pru in 7 years.  Huck has owned this title since 2009, which itself hasn’t been on  US soil since 1999.
Huck is tops in the class according to   The German-born Serbian is 38-2-1 with 26 wins and 1 loss via KO. 4 straight wins after a draw and loss, the latter while attempting to gain the world heavyweight title.    In 24 fights scheduled for 12, he’s 21-2-1, with 4 KOs early and middle of the fights, 3 late.
Great cycles here, all facets of his skills will be strong.  Triple-high cycles are nothing to take lightly by his opponent
Glowacki is undefeated in 24, with 15 KOs. Ranked 14th worldwide by, and has never fought  outside his native Poland.  It will be his 6th fight set for 12, having 2 KOs midfight, and 2 late.
Good cycles too for Glowacki, with one big negative, that being his emotional strength.  It drops his passion cycle down considerably. It means, despite his skills in the ring, he’s much more likely to give up
Common opponents:

Nuri Seferi:

Glowacki won in 12 via decision on 1/31/15, earning  the WBO Euro cruiserweight title.
Huck won in 10 via decision on 5/3/06
Ismail Abdoul:
Glowacki won twice via decision: 3/17/12 in 6 rounds, then 6/28/14 in 8.
Huck won in 12 via decision on 1/20/07
Should be a good fight as advertised but Huck should win easily by decision, outscoring late.

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