dortmund Comedian Oliver Pocher was physically assaulted on the sidelines of a boxing match in Dortmund. The perpetrator is said to have been a rapper, the act was filmed and police are investigating the man’s assault.
Dortmund police spokesman Peter Bandermann said on Sunday that police were informed of the incident at 11:48 pm on Saturday, “We started the investigation that night.” Various videos of the incident will be saved as evidence.
Feather Video You can see the attacker approaching Pocher, who was sitting in the front row at Felix Sturm’s boxing match on Saturday evening. Without warning, the man punched Poacher in the face and asked him to “come with me.” Pocher gave up his seat and the managers tried to pacify the attacker.
A police spokesman said it was clearly a conscious and well-planned attack that was filmed intentionally. This is particularly reprehensible. Videos were also posted online very quickly.
According to reports in the “Build” newspaper, “Express” and other media, the attacker was a rapper. Newspapers report that he later justified the attack via Instagram with his dislike for Poacher. As of Sunday afternoon, the rapper’s Instagram profile was no longer available.
Anyone interested in a boxing match – here’s the result: Felix Sturm stood in his corner, with a bloodied and badly bruised face. A bitter defeat in a World Cup elimination bout against Hungary’s István Szilány ruthlessly brought the former boxing champion, who had entered the ring with such high hopes: instead of becoming world champion for the sixth time, the 43-year-old is now nearing the end of his career. is close.
“It was a tough fight. Something completely different than I expected,” Sturm said on Bild TV after his sixth loss in the 52nd professional fight. On this bitter evening in Dortmund, the Leverkusen native did not want to confirm that It was also her last: “I’m going to talk to my family now, I’m still healthy. We will sit with the promoter and then take the right decision.”
Sturm’s third fight after a (forced) break of nearly five years, resulting in a stay in prison for tax evasion, anti-doping law violations and bodily harm, gave only limited information as to whether it was the right decision to return to business at all. For – He had won the first two points against Timo Rost and James Craft. This time, however, Sturm had a harder time with 39-year-old Szili’s high tempo, with the judges’ ruling (116:111, 115:113, 114:114) still partially flattering.
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