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Ray Robinson Stops Ray Narh's Run With TKO Victory

By Luke Furman

Bob Carpenter Center, Newark, Delaware - In a fight for the vacant USBA welterweight title, Ray Robinson (17-2, 7 KOs) stopped Ray Nahr (26-3, 21 KOs) in the seventh round. Robinson dropped Narh twice and then finished him off with a barrage of punches. Robinson now wins his fifth in a row since suffering back to back defeats to Shawn Porter and Brad Solomon. Narh returned from a two-year layoff in June and shocked Ronald Cruz with an unexpected decision win, but now drops his second defeat in his last three fights.

Luke Furman covers boxing for bokser.org.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by NoelBetances on 08-03-2013

I saw the fight. I still dont see why most people say he is the greatest of all time..

Comment by AntonTheMeh on 08-03-2013

[QUOTE=Verstyle;13614210]Ray Robinson still knocking people out from the grave[/QUOTE] :lol1:.......

Comment by ghphilly on 08-03-2013

My man Ray moving up as he should be! Keep your eyes open...kid looked great last night!

Comment by New England on 08-03-2013

fighters should not only be barred from the name "robinson" they shouldn't even be allowed to be called ray. that's a holy name. if you aren't goddamn ridiculous at boxing i don't want you calling yourself ray. go by a…

Comment by liverkiller on 08-03-2013

Ray still doin his thing. Slowly creeping his way up

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