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Later ruled, and better named, an exhibition. The near-alignment of the two events focused more attention on female professional boxing than there had been since Christy Martin's 1996 pay-per-view fight with Dierdre Gogarty. The power of the Ali name, which evokes memories of a remarkable fighter.
Arcand got up and Ali continued the attack, putting Arcand on the canvas again with a straight right to the head. Arcand got up to one knee but no further as she was counted out just 70 seconds into the bout. "I underestimated her Arcand.
King was in trouble all the way. She was rocked in the second, then badly bloodied in the third. a round in which a booming right from Laila knocked her mouthpiece out. King was game to keep on fighting in the fourth, but Ali quickly.
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Ali knocked Jones down three times, the last with a right to the head. Jones, a 48-year-old who had been boxing professionally for two years and had two KO wins, fell to 2-5. A near-capacity crowd of over 3,800. again including Ali's father. saw this.
An out-of-shape novice who was too easily and too rapidly flattened by the young Ali! The bout lasted just 31 seconds and was too one-sided to establish any boxing credentials for Laila. Still, she showed some media savvy. and a hint of things to come.
On March 7, 2000 at Casino Windsor in Windsor, Ontario, Canada, Laila (160 lbs) moved to 4-0 with 4 KO's by knocking out Crystal Arcand (169 lbs) of St. Paul, Alberta, Canada at 1:10 in the first round. Arcand, a former Toughwoman competitor, was making.
Although still far from emulating her father's smooth style, Ali again borrowed from his psychological playbook. she taunted and talked to her opponent, and shook her head whenever Pennybaker landed well. "I had to take my time and judge my distance said Ali, sporting a.
That's why I took my time and why it went four rounds. I'm never going to be upset if I don't lose, I'm happy that it went four rounds because now I know what it feels like. My first fight really wasn't much of a.
Ali vs. Lenhart - October 20, 2000 - photo credit: yahoo Sports On October 20, 2000 at the Palace in Auburn Hills, Michigan, Ali (165 lbs) advanced to 8-0 (7 KO's) with a unanimous (58-56,58-56,60-54) six-round decision over another KO specialist, Kendra Lenhart. (6'1 165.