Sonny Bill opponent appears in court

ROB KIDD
Last updated 13:27 21/01/2013
Gary Gurr, Sonny Bill Williams
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KNOCKED OUT: Gary Gurr, right, taking on Sonny Bill Williams in 2009.

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An Auckland boxer who once fought Sonny Bill Williams has pleaded not guilty to a charge of doing an indecent act at the Boxing Day races.

Glenview man Gary Charles Gurr, listed in court documents as a builder, gained infamy as the boxer who was knocked out by Williams in May 2009 after claiming he'd win the fight in the first round.

The 35-year-old today pleaded not guilty to performing an indecent act at the Ellerslie races.

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