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Dave Allen Knocks Out Lucas Browne in The Third

O2 Arena, London - In a crossroads heavyweight clash, Dave Allen (17-4-2, 14 KOs) knocked out former WBA "regular" champion Lucas Browne (28-2, 24 KOs) in the third round with a vicious shot to the body.

Coming in, Browne was riding a three fight win streak after getting brutally knocked out by Dillian Whyte in March 2018.

And Allen also came in with a three fight win streak, after suffering a TKO defeat at the hands of Tony Yoka in June of 2018.

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Both came out very relaxed in he first round. Browne was pecking away with the jab and following it up with his right hand. A slow start with Allen with few shots coming out.

Browne continued to jab and box in the second, with bigger shots being thrown when Allen came inside. There was good boxing work coming from Browne, as Allen was still warming up in the bout.

In the third round, the action was playing out in similar fashion since the start - when out of nowhere Allen landed a vicious shot to the body and Browne went down in severe pain. The referee began his count and Browne counted out as he was unable to get up. The former champ was taken to his corner to have some oxygen administered from the ringside physician.

User Comments and Feedback
Comment by QueensburyRules on 04-22-2019

- -Looked like Browne either had a cracked rib going in or he just picked his spot. The shot didn't look to have an venom to it.

Comment by Armchairhero on 04-22-2019

[QUOTE=frenchfrog;19679184]just to share some light: failing to be where there was a test is not failling a test. so Calling yoka a cheating scumbag is just not sticking to facts. and the reality is worse, if you want to attack…

Comment by Tecnoworld on 04-22-2019

I don't know if Yoka is juiced or not, but frenchfrog's words are true, and that applies to Italy as well. If Yoka were based in UK and perhaps managed by Hearn, everything would be much different.

Comment by Deus on 04-22-2019

[QUOTE=frenchfrog;19679184]just to share some light: failing to be where there was a test is not failling a test. so Calling yoka a cheating scumbag is just not sticking to facts. and the reality is worse, if you want to attack…

Comment by TinAgeOfBoxing on 04-21-2019

PED's. Brown looked like twinkle toes his fat azz floating around the ring vs Chagaev. No PED's he fights like a 100 year old hobo slob.

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