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Lewis Crocker vs. Jose Felix Decided by Impressive Knockout

Lewis Crocker vs. Jose Felix Decided by Brutal Knockout

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Lewis Crocker vs. Jose Felix Decided by Impressive Knockout


Lewis Crocker vs. Jose Felix Decided by Impressive Knockout

On Saturday, January 27, Lewis Crocker (19-0, 11 KOs) defeated Mexican Jose Felix (40-7-1, 31 KOs) in the main event, broadcast on DAZN in over 200 countries across the globe. In the build-up to the fight – Crocker described facing Felix as more dangerous than fighting Tyrone McKenna. We also brought you the breakdown by numbers, and now it’s time to recap another impressive performance by “The Croc.”

Lewis Crocker Defeats Jose Felix

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Lewis Crocker Records Stylish KO Win Against Felix

Due to the Belfast native missing weight, the vacant WBO inter-continental welterweight title was only available for Felix to win.

Felix started bright and was countering effectively and putting together impressive combinations. Crcoker seemed to take any shot from Felix and kept cutting off the ring. During round three, we really saw the size difference as the Belfast native landed two heavy left hooks, knocking his opponent into the ropes. Despite Felix working well to the head and body, Crocker kept marauding forward and landed a beautiful body shot in the fourth round, which hurt his opponent badly, who somehow managed to beat the count.

During the fifth round, Crocker showed his tight defence – making it challenging for Felix to hurt “The Croc.” As the Belfast native continued to walk his opponent down, he landed a heavy left hook, leaving his opponent unable to beat the count.

Post Fight Quotes

During the post-fight press conference, Crocker said: “Everybody, thank you so much.” He added: “It’s emotional.”

No man was beating me here today.

He went on to speak about how comfortable he felt, and when asked about a possible fight against Paddy Donovan, Crocker said: “It’s a huge stadium fight.

Crocker vs. Felix Undercard

Cheavon Clarke (8-0, 6 KOs) took the step up in class in his stride, stopping Tommy McCarthy (20-6, 10 KOs), recording a fourth-round TKO victory in the cruiserweight bout, winning the vacant WBA inter-continental cruiserweight title.

Paddy Donovan (13-0, 10 KOs) came through a challenging spell in the fight to stop Williams Andres Herrera (15-3, 6 KOs) in the seventh round of their welterweight bout, awarding the Irishman the TKO victory.

Conah Walker (13-2-1, 5 KOs) stopped Lloyd Germain (9-1, 1 KO) in ruthless fashion during the third round to retain his WBA international welterweight strap.

Giorgio Visioli (2-0, 2 KO) scored an impressive second-round TKO victory over Samuel Pikire (4-3, 0 KOs) in their super featherweight bout.

Before the Bell

Kurt Walker (10-0, 1 KO) continued his unbeaten professional career, defeating a brave Darwing Martinez (8-18-2, 6 KOs) in their super featherweight clash, with the scorecard reading 60-54.

Decorated amateur Leli Buttigieg (2-0, 1 KO) defeated Artjom Spata (4-5, 1 KO) in their super welterweight clash, with the referee’s scorecard reading 40-36.

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