It proved to be a memorable night in Canada for the Irishman who continued a remarkable 2017 fighting abroad with another sensational performance. O’Sullivan dropped and stopped Antoine Douglas in the 7th round of their contest in an entertaining battle that saw both men entertain the fans with success early on. Douglas got off to a fast start with a solid jab and some excellent work to the body of O’Sullivan.
Despite a frustrating couple of years since initially winning the WBO title due to inactivity, Billy Joe Saunders can go away and enjoy a well deserved Christmas holiday period after managing to end 2017 on a positive note with back to back wins over Willie Monroe Jr and now David Lemieux on points last night. After the fight the champion said:“I knew what sort of fighter David Lemieux is, and I knew what sort of coach he’s got. I knew what he was coming for.
Saunders impressed last night by winning virtually every single round in a dominating performance over David Lemieux, a fight that many thought would be a close one beforehand. The reality could not have been further from the truth however. As Saunders put on a boxing clinic fighting away from home in Lemieux’s native Canada to extend his unbeaten record as a professional to 26-0-12KO.
Hard work-dedication time this🎄. Challenging year health-wise, although not easy, sorted now 🙏. Couldn't have done it without family and dear friends from all over 🌍. Glad health sorted now before turning 30 next year, 2018 will be huge. We never stop -- perpetual movement 👍
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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Find results that mention multiple specified terms, use AND or
+. For example, ensure each result contains both Elon Musk and Mark Zuckerberg by
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