Heather Hardy Beats Hultin Ribs, Will



Heather Hardy Beats Hultin Ribs, Will

The Heat has not been beat.

Body shots by Heather Hardy broke down Anna Hultin, who will travel back to Sweden with aching ribs after the Brooklyner basted her body in earnest in round four.

Need proof?

Hultin ate launches at Barclays Center in Brooklyn Saturday night, rights to the head, and then body blows from the right and left in the third.

Hardy's strength edge was becoming more apparent heavily in the third.

She grimaced and then made a decision to save her more pain in round four. Hultin turned to her corner, and indicated she didn't care to continue.

The ref waved off the tangle and the Heat rooters went ballistic.

Hardy (seen above in majestic photo by David Spagnolo) trainer Devon Cormac grinned at the strategic treachery of the climactic volleys. “Body shots broke her,” he told NYFIGHTS.

The right was hitting home on Hultin, as seen in this Spagnolo photo.


All action Hardy is on a collision course with Shelly Vincent of Rhode Island. Both are promoted by Lou Dibella.

Hardy went to 16-0 after this featherweight win. Hultin dipped to 8-3.

NOTE: The classy Hardy posted this homage to Cormac after the win. So classy and humble…

Many THANKS are in order, to my boxing coach, Devon, who never gives up on me. Hard work doesn't matter if it's not smart work, and I am truly grateful for everything you have so patiently (and sometimes not so patiently) taught me. For all the times I didn't listen, and couldn't get it right. For all the times I piss you off. For all the times you wanted to leave me inside that ring with my gloves tied, and for all the times you actually did….I genuinely appreciate everything you've done for me.

I don't think I can deny it. If I hadn't met you, I wouldn't be living this dream and I thank you from the very bottom of my heart. This is “OUR” story.

Founder/editor Michael Woods got addicted to boxing in 1990, when Buster Douglas shocked the world with his demolition of the then-impregnable Mike Tyson. The Brooklyn-based journalist has covered the sport since for ESPN The Magazine,, Bad Left Hook and RING. His journalism career started with NY Newsday in 1999. Michael Woods is also an accomplished blow by blow and color man, having done work for Top Rank, DiBella Entertainment, EPIX, and for Facebook Fightnight Live, since 2017.

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