Leigh Wooden has been on an unimaginable run since 2021 and he continued that on Saturday night time towards Josh Warrington.
The pair clashed in Sheffield, as Wooden defended his WBA featherweight world title.
Wooden was dealing with defeat within the face midway by way of the combat, however he managed to drag a knockout out of nowhere to assert victory.
Warrington appeared nicely on high, piling the strain on his opponent, however Wooden’s energy shone by way of in spherical seven.
Ringside footage reveals the second, as Warrington was teeing off on Wooden, however then the person from Nottingham landed a heavy proper hook that marked the start of the tip.
Instantly recognising that Warrington was harm, Wooden adopted up with a brutal 5 punch mixture.
This despatched Warrington stumbling backwards, as he collapsed down onto the canvas.
The ‘Leeds Warrior’ bravely tried to proceed, however the referee rightly waved the combat off, as Wooden was awarded the victory.
In victory, Wooden holds onto his WBA featherweight world title and subsequent yr he desires to combat on the Metropolis Floor, the place his favorite soccer group Nottingham Forest play.
As for Warrington, this might be a troublesome defeat to take, and the 32-year-old now solely has one win in his final 5 fights, so he must significantly take into account the subsequent step in his profession.
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