“More Power Than British Gas” – Boxer Jack Turner Stuns Fans As He Maintains 100% KO Ratio In First Round

“More Power Than British Gas” – Boxer Jack Turner Stuns Fans As He Maintains 100% KO Ratio In First Round

British prospect Jack Turner wowed fans with his sixth straight first-round knockout victory.

Turner competed on the undercard of Eddie Hearn’s latest Matchroom Boxing bill, headlined by Jordan Gill and Zelfa Barrett at the AO Arena, Manchester.


Turner stunned fans with another first-round knockoutCredit: Mark Robinson / Matchroom Boxing

The 22-year-old, who currently competes in the bantamweight category, took on journeyman Abdul Kesi Ngaoma and he immediately looked a class above his stunned rival.

Turner dropped his opponent within 20 seconds of the first match, as he aimed to maintain his impressive 100% KO ratio in the first round.

His rival stood up as the referee looked on, but Turner jumped up again and closed the show with another thunderclap, dropping his rival to the canvas.

The fight was over within a minute and fans gave the Merseyside star rave reviews, with one writing: “More power than British gas, wow!”

One fan agreed: “Absolute animal, very heavy hitter.”

Another remarked: “He looks like an absolute killer, the raw power he possesses reminds me of Edwin Valero.

“I don’t often get excited about prospects, but I’m with this kid.”

This X user rated Turner extremely positively, writing: “Future world champion.”

Turner is now 6-0 as a professional


Turner is now 6-0 as a professionalCredit: Mark Robinson / Matchroom Boxing

One viewer even commented: “This kid is one of the most special I’ve seen. Well done buddy!”

A final comment read: “Concrete in these gloves! »

Turner could well be a very bright prospect for Matchroom kingpin Hearn, who has a stable full of bright young talent.

The 22-year-old has now won all six of his fights by first-round stoppage, a feat comparable to the early stages of Anthony Joshua’s successful heavyweight career.

And he has impressed once again with high hopes behind the Liverpool-based prospect, in a division which includes world champions like Takuma Inoue and Junto Nakatani.

Also impressive on the card was Michael Gomez Jr, who fought for the English title and stopped rugged contender Kane Baker.

It was a full-blown war between the two men, but Gomez Jr, son of boxing star Michael Gomez, knocked Baker onto his back twice in the sixth before the referee ended the fight.

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