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Dusty Harrison Blows Away Michael Clark in One

Constitution Hall, Washington, DC - Dusty Harrison (24-0, 13KOs) blew away Michael Clark (44-12-1, 11KOs) in the first round of a welterweight contest. It was the fifth win of the year for Harrison, who landed a big right hand at 1:42 of the first to score the knockout win. It was first hometown fight for Harrison in eighteen months. Although Clark came in two pounds over the contract limit on Friday, it didn't make any difference in the match. 
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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by camerondunkin on 11-02-2014

:Problem is they moved him into 8 round fights way too soon, hence the quality of opposition. this guy is still a kid. He has some good talent but certainly not ready to step up against quality guys.

Comment by TBear on 11-02-2014

I have been fortunate to see most of his fights and it would be nice to see him step up soon. Clark is no test and hasn't been for over a decade.

Comment by Deontay Wilder on 11-02-2014

This kid can handle much better fighters than who he's fought so far. He's in the hardest division of the sport, so top 20 is too much, but he should be matched with opponents in the 30 - 100 ranks.

Comment by Hougigo on 11-02-2014

He's been building a fan base for a while now. Couple of fights I've seen him in, he brings a sizeable amount of people from the DMV. If he wants to be taken seriously, he needs to start stepping up...…

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