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DEMETRIUS ANDRADE DEFEATS WALTER KAUTONDOKWA In Boston on DAZN

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DEMETRIUS ANDRADE DEFEATS WALTER KAUTONDOKWA TO BECOME
NEW WBO MIDDLEWEIGHT CHAMPION

ANDRADE-KAUTONDOKWA QUOTES, RESULTS

Fight Night from Boston Now Available On Demand

BOSTON, Oct. 21, 2018 –  In a main event that included three knockdowns, Demetrius Andrade defeated Walter Kautondokwa to claim the WBO world middleweight title after twelve rounds of action on Saturday night. DAZN’s fight card also featured victories by the IBF & WBA Female Lightweight Titlist Katie Taylor, IBF Featherweight Kid Galahad, and a stoppage by IBF Junior Lightweight Titlist Tevin Farmer.

Post-fight ringside and press conference quotes, as well as the main card’s results are below.

Demetrius Andrade

“I believe after a one-year layoff, my second bout at 160, and the new middleweight champion of the world, Demetrius Andrade! I feel good, I definitely think I carried my power well and we’re just going to keep building and growing for the 160 lb. division and I want to fight the best out there.”

 

“Walter’s a strong tough guy and he can hang in there with the best. We had to make adjustments. I used my boxing ability and everything I was taught and worked on in the gym. He ain’t never been 12 rounds before and I haven’t for a long time…I’m sailing a yacht and we sunk him.”

 

“He kept coming forward and he didn’t show any weakness so I took my time and put my punches together. He was actually getting stronger as the fight went on and I just kept doing what I had to do…kept doing my business and smiling.”

 

“It’s great baby. Three-time world champion. We made history.”

 

On who he wants next: “I want to keep active. I’m gonna sit down with Eddie Hearn and see what’s best for us. I could have taken the route and taken two easy tune-up fights but I didn’t.”

 

On fighting on his dad’s birthday for the second year in a row: “Happy birthday to my dad, I love you and thank you for everything you gave me and you give to me.”

Tevin Farmer

Just coming out of the ring: “I’m the best fighter in the world. I haven’t proved it yet but watch.”

 

On who he wants next: “I want everybody with a belt. I don’t care who it is. But I have one particular guy I want. Gervonta Davis. Everyone’s like, why you not fighting, why you not fighting? Gervonta wants to fight. Everybody wants the fight. Now I got the belt, we got the money, and we got the venues. Let’s get it Davis already, let’s go!”

 

On today’s fight: “I was learning on the job. I’m a few years in, 31, 32 years in. I’m just starting to adapt now. Starting at 19, I had to get all my experience through the pros. I just never gave up and I stuck to it. I have a hell of a team too. We put together a game plan and I executed it. The game plan was to work everything behind the jab, stay patient. I’ve been in a lot of tough fights, he hasn’t. Me and my camp knew I could punch. I knocked someone out before they knocked me out, so who’s the puncher?”

 

“I can’t even explain it. It’s unexplainable. I’m not even supposed to be here today. I lost four of my first 12 fights. Most people would have gave up but I stuck to it…you just have to keep grinding and believe in yourself and listen to your team. I have a big family support system and they support me to the death and that’s why I’m as good as I am and I fight for them.”

Kid Galahad

On his win: “It was a tremendous fight. Toka Kahn Clary, I tip my hat off to him because he was an absolute warrior. He took some heavy shots and kept on coming. Toka is from an unbelievable amateur pedigree….a tremendous achievement but the pro ranks is a different game. I knew his pedigree. I knew it was going to be a tough night. If you see me in the ring, all the way until the 12th round, I was trying to take him out. That’s what I do.”

 

On who he wants next: “I want the winner of Carl Frampton and Josh Warrington. I see [Warrington’s] manager somewhere around there, hiding, trying to watch. That’s what I want next.”

 

“I want to dedicate this fight to the late, great Brendan Ingle.”

 

12-round Vacant WBO Middleweight World Title Bout @ 160 lbs.

Demetrius Andrade    vs.    Walter Kautondokwa

Demetrius Andrade (26-0, 16 KOs) def. Walter Kautondokwa (17-1, 16 KOs) by unanimous decision

(120-104, 119-105, 120-104)

 

10-round IBF & WBA Female Lightweight World Title Bout @ 135 lbs.

Katie Taylor     vs.     Cindy Serrano

Katie Taylor (11-0, 5 KOs) def. Cindy Serrano (27-6-3, 10 KOs) by unanimous decision

(100-90, 100-90, 100-90)

 

12-round IBF Junior Lightweight World Title Bout @ 130 lbs.

Tevin Farmer    vs.    James Tennyson

Tevin Farmer (27-4-1, 6 KOs) def. James Tennyson (22-3, 18 KOs) by TKO at 1:44 of Round 5

 

12-round IBF Featherweight Elimination Bout @ 126 lbs.

Kid Galahad    vs.       Toka Khan Clary

Kid Galahad (25-0, 15 KOs) def. Toka Khan Clary (25-2, 17 KOs) by unanimous decision

(118-110, 118-110, 115-113)

 

Boxing on DAZN returns next Saturday, Oct. 27 from New Orleans when Regis Prograis takes on Terry Flanagan in the main event of the World Boxing Super Series.

Editor/publisher Michael Woods became addicted to boxing in 1990, when Buster Douglas shocked the world with his demolition of the fearsome Mike Tyson. The Brooklyn-based journalist Woods has covered the sport since then, for ESPN The Magazine, ESPN.com, ESPN New York, RING, and he was editor of TheSweetScience.com from 2007-2015. Woods is also an accomplished blow by blow and color man, having done work for Top Rank, DiBella Entertainment, EPIX, and numerous other organizations.

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