Originally Posted by Odo
A teak tough cookie,but his defence is quite leaky,and he tends to telegraph his punches.No pushover at all,but any decent european fighter of his weight class should be able to win a point decision against him.
Read somewhere that a few years ago he was stabbed down in a small Hungarian village.I am quite sure that Darien knows more about that incident.
That incident happened in January 2005 in Ecser (a village not far from Budapest), in a pub or club where he worked as a bouncer. Two guys had a little dispute when Józsi intervened. One of them stabbed him in the stomach. Just three month after that he returned to the ring and fought a 12 rounder against Austrian Gotthard Hinteregger where he suffered a controversial SD loss.
As Odo said, he's tough, he can bang, and he's a true fighter. Not worldclass, but no pushover either.