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Kevin Johnson Knocks Alex Leapai Out in The Ninth

Heavyweight Kevin “Kingpin” Johnson (26-1-1, 12 KOs) stopped Alex Leapai (25-4-3, 20 KOs in the ninth round at Doomben Racecourse in Ascot, Queensland, Australia.

Leapai started strong in the first two rounds, including a power punch assault in the second round. Johnson found his range, started boxing and changed the tempo of the fight in the third. Leapai, not in the greatest shape, appeared to be very tired by the end of the fourth round. Johnson was outboxing and outhustling Leapai in the next few rounds, with the Aussie boxer trying to do whatever was possible to change the tide.

In the ninth, Leapai was being punished against the ropes and received a standing eight count. Johnson went back on the attack with combinations to force the stoppage.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by joe strong on 04-03-2012

By James Slater - Earlier today in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia, Atlanta’s Kevin “King Pin” Johnson turned in one of the best performances of his career to TKO a brave and game Alex Leapai in the 9th-round of a good action…

Comment by joe strong on 04-03-2012

excellent win for johnson. leapai is a C+ fighter & kingpin is B fighter. kingpin came of a 10 month layoff & travelled abroad to face leapai in austarlia. very risky fight for johnson but kudos to him for getting…

Comment by Tobi.G on 04-01-2012

Good win for Johnson. Maybe he gets a bigger fight now.

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