Kevin Mitchell Drops, Decisions Felix Lora at York Hall

York Hall, London - Kevin Mitchell (33-1, 24KOs) won a ten round unanimous decision over a game Felix Lora (14-9-5, 8KOs). The sole score by the referee was 98 to 92.

Lora went down in the second, and for a moment looked to be taking the full count but got to his feet and continued. Other than the fifth round, Mitchell dominated the action and used his boxing ability to outwork Lora and lacerate his nose. In the tenth and final round, Mitchell once again hurt Lora but couldn't put him away.

Bradley Skeete (7-0, 2KOs) won an eight round decision over Laszlo Komjathi (43-38), who went down in the third round of their welterweight bout. The sole score was 80-71.

Super middleweight Frank Buglioni (3-0, 2KOs) won a four round decision over Ryan Clark (2-50). The sole score from referee Robert Williams was 40-36.

Welterweight Gary Corcoran (2-0, 1KOs) stopped Matth Seawright (3-54) in the third round.

Lightweight Ediz Hussein (2-0, 0KOs) won a four round decision over Marc Callaghan (19-28)

Junior welterweight Bradley Saunders (1-0, 1KOs) made his pro debut, knocking out Jason Nesbitt (9-139 [not a typo) in the third round.

Lightweight prospect Billy Morgan (6-0) remained undefeated but has yet to score a knockout in the pro ranks. Morgan gained a six round decision win, with referee Richard Davies' sole score of 60-55 over Dan Naylor (1-8).

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by lutenco on 02-11-2012

[QUOTE=BIGPOPPAPUMP;11768612]York Hall, London - Junior welterweight Bradley Saunders (1-0, 1KOs) made his pro debut, knocking out Jason Nesbitt (9-139 [not a typo) in the third round. [[URL=]Click Here To Read More[/URL]][/QUOTE] i watched the fight and MITCHELL is nothing special...

Comment by ghidra on 02-11-2012

Sheesh, no doubt. And that Jason Nesbitt dude with the 9 - 140 record is just ridiculous. What's also pretty crazy is he fought 20 times in 2011! I guess it's pretty wild to see he's only been KOed in…

Comment by visionary247 on 02-11-2012

This fight card must have had the worst win/loss record ever.

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