4 Knockouts On Golden Boy’s Monster Brawl Card

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This evening from Plymouth Memorial Hall in Plymouth,  Massachusetts,  Fox Sports 1 televised Golden Boy Promotion’s and Murphys’ Boxing  “Monster Brawl”  card. While there were brawls at times in each of the four televised fights, they were mostly one sided with a knockout ending each one.

In the main event,  Massachusetts’ Danny O’Conner 24-2 8KO, dominated  Virginia’s Andrew Farmer 18-3 7KO in route to a fourth round stoppage in this welterweight clash.   O’Conner dominated from the opening bell by utilizing his quickness and excellent movement to counter the tall and lanky Farmer. In the second round,  O’Conner stunned Farmer with a left causing him to take a knee.  Farmer was back on his feet halfway through the count and finished the round.  Farmer had his best round in the third but still was out worked.  The fourth round started with both men landing which caused a cut on the right eye of O’Conner. Both men clashed heads which stunned Farmer more but the referee didnt see it. Seeing his opponent was dazed,  O’Conner took this opportunity to jump on Farmer like shark who smells blood. O’Conner landed a huge shot to the body to drop Farmer who had had enough and sat on the canvas watching the referee count him out.

In the co-feature,  Ugandan Sarif Bogere 26-1 scored a KO at 2:10 of the fifth round stopping Fernando Garcia who drops to 30-7-2 with the loss. Borege was simply too much landing body shots early and often to soften up Garcia while landing power shots to the head. Bogere dropped Garcia in the second round on a crisp left hook but Garcia was able to recover and actually land some decent shots to end the round but couldn’t sustain his effort.

Other results:

Jason Quigley knocked out Greg McCoy with a big left hook and right cross to end the fight at 2:39 of round 1.

Mark DeLuca stopped Ryan Davis by TKO when Davis didn’t come out for the fifth. DeLuca had dropped Davis in the first and third and destroyed his body throughout the four rounds which all took their toll on Davis..