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Photos: Audley Drilled By Wilder, Complains of Fouls

Motorpoint Arena, Sheffield, England - Heavyweight Deontay Wilder (28-0, 28KOs) caught 2000 Olympic gold medal winner Audley Harrison with a big bomb in the first round and continued pound him down in the corner. Audley went to a knee and upon getting up the referee stopped the contest. After the match was over, Audley complained that he took a knee after getting stunned by Wilder, and expected the referee to start a count but instead he says the referee allowed Wilder to continue punching him while he was already down.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by croz on 04-27-2013

LOL remember when Haye conned the UK into buying that PPV?

Comment by croz on 04-27-2013

finishing Audley is proof of greateness

Comment by Dazzaman on 04-27-2013

Well that was easy money for Wilder.

Comment by New England on 04-27-2013

[QUOTE=billeau2;13299180]As I watched the fight hugging my teddy bear and chanting "A-Force, A-Force!" Audley was doing quite nicely, he was all set to survive the round when suddenly much to my chagrin, he dropped! Every nerve fiber in my body…

Comment by New England on 04-27-2013

like it or not, this man adds excitement to the division. that's what an athletic man of that size can do. right now we've got a bunch of fat guys. it's amazing what you can get used to.

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