- Young American boxer Jared Anderson extended his pro record to a perfect knockouts eight from eight.
- He finished his latest opponent in the sixth round and said he wants to take on all-comers.
- Watch the 21-year-old’s latest finish right here.
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Young American heavyweight Jared Anderson scored another clubbing knockout win Saturday at a Top Rank show in Las Vegas.
The 21-year-old big man is beginning to make a big name for himself as a stand-out prospect in boxing‘s glamour division, and on Saturday, his undeniable power overwhelmed opponent Kingsley Ibeh.
The three ringside judges scored every one of the six rounds in Anderson’s favour and, according to a Compubox statement sent to Insider, he dominated every statistical category of the fight.
The youngster threw more punches in every round, landed more punches in every round, and by the time the bout had finished, he scored with 121 of his 274 shots for a 44% accuracy compared to Ibeh’s 18 from 183 (10%).
“We worked day and night for this,” said Anderson. “While they sleep, we’re working.”
He added: “We will keep fighting prospects and people who say they can’t be beat.
“I am here to fight the best. Since everyone wants it, why not give it to them?
“I wanted the Ibeh fight because I saw him push many prospects. The knockout came, and I made a statement.”
Watch the finish right here:
Anderson’s win over Ibeh was his fifth in the pandemic era of sports. He now has fought more pro fights behind-closed-doors, inside “The Bubble” at the MGM Grand, than he has in front of fans.
Anderson’s pro boxing record is now a flawless eight wins from eight fights â€” all by knockout.
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