GIF: Andy Lee knocks out John Jackson on Cotto-Martinez undercard

GOOM!!!

Andy Lee had a bad start tonight, but one punch changed the story, as Lee improved to 33-2 (23 KO) with a KO-5 win over John Jackson (18-2, 15 KO).

Lee was knocked down in round one, and probably lost the next three frames, too. To make it worse, he looked to be in some trouble in round five, as Jackson was tagging him and pouring on the pressure. But that left Jackson vulnerable defensively, and Lee took advantage with a monster right hook that knocked out Jackson immediately.

Here's the finish:


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Courtesy: Zombie Prophet

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