Following Joe Cordina’s beautiful one-punch knockout of IBF super-featherweight champion Kenichi Ogawa, we requested this week’s panellists to call their favorite one-punch KO produced by a British boxer
Wayne Alexander (Former European light-middleweight champion)
The very best one-punch knockout I’ve seen delivered by a British boxer occurred when Pat Barrett fought Efrem Calamati for the European light-welterweight title in Italy in 1990. The precise hand knockout punch was brutal.
Chris Billam-Smith (Present European cruiserweight champion)
It must be Wayne Alexander vs. Takaloo. Wayne was harm badly to the physique however simply tucked up whereas strolling again and timed the ending shot completely.
Tyrone McKenna (Tremendous-lightweight contender)
If speaking British boxers, it must be Carl Froch knocking out George Groves within the second battle. And also you won’t recall nevertheless it was in entrance of 80,000 followers! What a end.
Jamie Moore (Prime coach)
Up till Saturday evening, it will have most likely been Lennox Lewis’ knockout of Hasim Rahman of their rematch. However Joe Cordina’s KO of Kenichi Ogawa was one of the completely delivered punches I’ve ever seen.