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Lucas Browne Beats James Toney Easy - Photos Too

Exhibition Centre, Melbourne, Australia - This could finally be the end for former three division world champion James Toney (74-7-3, 45 KOs), 44-years-old. Toney was beaten over twelve rounds, with ease, by undefeated heavyweight prospect Lucas “Big Daddy” Browne (15-0, 14 KOs), who is promoted by former world champion Ricky Hatton. The scores were 117-111, 119-109 and 120-108. Browne boxed his way to victory and controlled the fight with his physical advantages, like his much longer reach. Toney had nothing left by the championship rounds and was often throwing and landing one punch at a time.

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Also showcased on the card, heavyweight contender Kevin “Kingpin” Johnson (29-3-1, 19 KOs) stopped overmatched Solomon Haumono (20-2-2, 18 KOs) in the tenth of a one-sided contest.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by titan m on 04-29-2013

[QUOTE=Southpaw16;13303764]What an embarrassment. If Ricky Hatton is Browne's promoter he ought to be ashamed of himself for making that fight. That does absolutely nothing for Browne's career.[/QUOTE] You're right theres no glory in beating James Toney at this stage but…

Comment by ddangerous on 04-29-2013

[QUOTE=Southpaw16;13303764]What an embarrassment. [B]If Ricky Hatton is Browne's promoter he ought to be ashamed of himself for making that fight[/B]. That does absolutely nothing for Browne's career.[/QUOTE] Absolutely. :nonono:

Comment by richardt on 04-29-2013

Well, that means in a month both Toney and Audley Harrison should be telling everyone that they are in the best shape of their lives would beat both Klitchkos in one night. Enough of these two stink bombs making the…

Comment by 7_rocket on 04-28-2013

What did Toney say after the fight? Is he FINALLY retiring?

Comment by Southpaw16 on 04-28-2013

What an embarrassment. If Ricky Hatton is Browne's promoter he ought to be ashamed of himself for making that fight. That does absolutely nothing for Browne's career.

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