Davies becomes the new WBC International champion with a blistering second round knockout!
Much has been said about the career of Ohara Davies as he entered the ring today as the challenger.
This marked his second fight after the controversy surrounding his tweets about the Sun Newspaper and lightweight contender Tommy Coyle. Since, he has switched trainers and signed with Frank Warren.
Davies looked comfortable measuring Kamanga with his jab until it led to a beautiful setup of the straight right hand. The shot landed with authority on the temple of the former champion, rendering him unable to beat the ten count.
After the fight, the new champion had this to say:
“I’m looking to cleanup the super lightweight division…Jack Catterall is on my hit-list!”
Catterall will be facing Tyrone McKenna next weekend in Belfast. Davies improves to 18-1 with 14 knockouts.
By: EJ “2K” Williams