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This was the most controversial KO in boxing history

The credibility and reputation of the Ghanaian boxer Richard Lartey doubt is found after seeing his last fight, in which he lost in only 45 second


The credibility and reputation of the Ghanaian boxer Richard Lartey doubt is found after seeing his last fight, in which he lost in only 45 seconds before the Chechen, Abdulkerim Edilov, who threw a blow with his left hand that made Lartey kiss the canvas. Although no one doubts the power of the Russian fighter, the images generated suspicion among fans because African was withdrawn from ring on a stretcher.

The fight between Larley and Edilov, took place last weekend in Grozny, in the Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic of Chechnya said fight had caused a great expectation because the African introduced himself as a former World Organization heavyweight champion of Boxing in Africa, while his opponent is a renowned former UFC fighter.

The spectators expected an extremely close and entertaining match, however, it was the complete opposite within seconds of starting the fight. Edilov landed the majority of punches in the face of zero resistance from his opponent, who after 45 seconds of combat he threw himself against the canvas and apparently pretended to be knocked out.

After his surprising knockout, the reactions in networks did not wait and all kinds of speculations began to arise, they crossed out the African as a scammer because it is believed that he could have benefited from the gambling.

It is not the first time Harrison Lartey lose a match this way since in November 2020 he starred in an almost identical scene in his fight against the British, Fabio WardleyHowever, on that occasion the defeat was more decorous and the second round was won. It is worth mentioning that the videos of the fight against the Briton revealed that andThe Ghanaian did not receive any blow that could knock him out.

Lartey has lost his last four bouts, three of them on the fast track, when he previously had a positive record of 14-1 (11 KOs).

So far, the World Organization for Boxing in Africa has not initiated any investigation to clarify the controversies defeats from Richard Lartey.

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