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Photos: Danny Jacobs Scores a Wicked KO of Lorenzo

Middleweight contender Danny Jacobs (26-1, 23KOs) pulled off a sensational third round knockout of veteran Giovanni Lorenzo (32-6) at the Best Buy Theater in New York City. It was the first time Lorenzo had ever been stopped in his career. Lorenzo five prior defeats were all decisions top contenders and former world champions. Jacobs now finds himself in the mix for a world title shot in the immediate future.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Spray_resistant on 08-20-2013

Nice ko, very risky on Danny's part but Lorenzo had control of the fight up until.

Comment by Evil Abed on 08-20-2013

Truax would be a solid next step. He's a strong MW. Rubio as well.

Comment by wizard king on 08-20-2013

Danny= gate keeper Nothing of Danny is impressive he steps up again and will get koed

Comment by -EX- on 08-20-2013

Nice KO by Danny, seemed to come outta nowhere... I still don't think he should be put in there with a titleholder though...Lorenzo gave him trouble in spots... Danny still fights a bit "scared" to me...always on the move, similiar…

Comment by londoner on 08-20-2013

[QUOTE=New England;13666192] quillin is supposed to be a close friend of quillin. [/QUOTE] It's almost as though they are one and the same person.

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