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The doodle paid tribute to the German inventor Friedrich Soennecken, who filed a patent for the hole puncher Nov.
"Today we celebrate 131 years of the hole puncher, an understated - but essential - artifact of German engineering.
Heavy: Stephen Lavelle v David Light (New Zealand) "Stephen has produced a personal best in terms of performance here but will have to adapt against a tough competitor and big puncher."
Out to steal the thunder from the main event punchers is crowd-favorite Rey 'Boom Boom' Bautista, who faces Juan Jose Martinez, also of Mexico.
Dickinson, a tall, heavy handed, straight puncher, settled quicker and was soon letting his right hand go.
"I believe that pound for pound I'm the hardest puncher in the world and this will be a great indication of that," said the former undisputed cruiserweight champion.
The Paisley puncher was stripped of his British welterweight belt when injury forced him to pull out of two defences before Brook hammered him in November at the Kelvin Hall.
Training went really well but I happened to get caught with a shot by a power puncher."
It occurred to me that my kindergarten students might have the same fascination for punching holes, but it seemed I really would have to do more than just hand them paper and a puncher and let them go at it.
Luque had lost only five of his previous 30 fights before the clash, but had no answer to Gethin's firepower and was pounded to defeat by the classy, unbeaten puncher.
Although a clever counter-puncher, he isn't regarded as an explosive puncher, with 12 of his 20 wins coming on points.