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Breidis Prescott Dominates Jargal, Andrade Clocks Bell

By Mark Vester

Mohegan Sun Resort and Casino, Uncasville, Connecticut - A battle of junior weltereweights saw Breidis Prescott (24-2, 19 KOs) won a dominating ten round unanimous decision over Bayan Jargal (15-2-3, 10 KOs). The scores were 99-91, 99-90 and 100-90.

Jargal got tagged and rocked in the final twenty seconds of the first round. Prescott worked a much better jab than usual to land right hands. In the fifth round, Prescott hurt him again and unloaded with at least a twenty hard punches. Both of Jargal's eyes were swollen by the start of the sixth. The remaining rounds for the most part were one-sided with Prescott landing the harder punches and using his long reach to stay away from Jargal's shots.

Rising junior middleweight prospect Demetrius Andrade (13-0, 9 KOs) knocked out Omar Bell (8-2, 5 KOs) in the second round with a hard left hand which put Bell down for the count.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by TOBYLEE1 on 04-23-2011

Khan would get KO they way Prescott fights again. He uses his full reach even when sitting in the pocket and countering. I doubt if Khan would ever fight him again

Comment by DeadScared on 04-23-2011

Which would you wanna see Prescott-Khan II or Khan-Prescott II ?? I'm having goose bumps already.

Comment by Spray_resistant on 04-23-2011

[QUOTE=chifuli;10422705]Prescott looked good and I see Amir Khan running as far away from this guy as humanly possible. This guy matches him size and lenght like no other at 140. Khan only will fight Prescott on Fight Night 4, that's…

Comment by chifuli on 04-23-2011

Prescott looked good and I see Amir Khan running as far away from this guy as humanly possible. This guy matches him size and lenght like no other at 140. Khan only will fight Prescott on Fight Night 4, that's…

Comment by BoxingFreak32 on 04-22-2011

Thanx for ruining it for me boingscene damn now i know prescott won ima jus watch the lakers game as they begin their quest for the 3-peat! :)

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