June 2024
June 25, 2024

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‘Big 12’ Knocks Out Another Opponent In the Second Round

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The Jamaican now boasts of an unbeaten record of eight wins and zero losses

Ricardo ‘Big 12’ Brown improved his boxing record with an impressive technical knockout over Miguel Angel Flores Gomez from Mexico. He now boasts of an unbeaten record of eight wins and zero losses.
Brown scored a a second-round technical knockout to ensure the fight didn’t reach the scheduled six rounds.
The promising Jamaican heavyweight had a weight and height advantage. He is an imposing figure who stands at 6’7” and 267 pounds. On the other hand, his opponents came in at 243 pounds.
Gomez was unhappy with the referee’s decision to stop the the fight. He argued that he was still conscious and was therefore fit to continue. This loss means that the Mexican went home with a record of three wins, two draws and 10 losses.
The fight happened in the Victoria Conference Centre in Victoria, Canada. It was organized by Jason Height’s Camp Promotions. The Jamaican and the Mexican were the main attraction of the night.
Gomez came in the fight with a defensive mindset while Brown was more methodical and aggressive. Brown won the first round by standing behind his jab. He threw many stiff jabs that were mixed in with uppercuts and right hooks. On the other hand, Gomez struggled to score any points in the first round. The Mexican was concerned about stopping Brown’s forward movement.
Gomez was forced to take a knee after absorbing numerous body shots. However, he was allowed to continue after the mandatory eight count. He looked shaken but he survived until the end the round.
Brown continued to dorminate in the second round and it wasn’t long until the referee decided that he had seen enough. Brown is the most exciting Jamaican heavyweight and many locals believe that he has a bright future in boxing.

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