The Panel: What is the best one-punch knockout you’ve seen delivered by a British boxer?


Following Joe Cordina's surprising one-punch knockout of IBF super-featherweight champion Kenichi Ogawa, we requested this week's panellists to call their favorite one-punch KO produced through a British boxer

Wayne Alexander (Former Ecu light-middleweight champion)

The most productive one-punch knockout I’ve observed delivered through a British boxer took place when Pat Barrett fought Efrem Calamati for the Ecu light-welterweight name in Italy in 1990. The best hand knockout punch used to be brutal.

Chris Billam-Smith (Present Ecu cruiserweight champion)

It might must be Wayne Alexander vs. Takaloo. Wayne used to be harm badly to the frame however simply tucked up whilst strolling again and timed the completing shot completely.

Tyrone McKenna (Tremendous-lightweight contender)

If speaking British boxers, it will must be Carl Froch knocking out George Groves in the second one battle. And chances are you'll now not recall but it surely used to be in entrance of 80,000 enthusiasts! What a end.

Jamie Moore (Most sensible teacher)

Up till Saturday evening, it will have almost definitely been Lennox Lewis’ knockout of Hasim Rahman of their rematch. However Joe Cordina’s KO of Kenichi Ogawa used to be some of the completely delivered punches I’ve ever observed.

Wayne Alexander
Wayne Alexander takes on Takaloo Motion Pictures/Paul Childs