Ajagba, Sánchez remain unbeaten

Unbeaten heavyweight prospects Efe Ajagba and Frank Sánchez kept their Os Saturday night on the Helenius-Kownacki at Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York.

Efe Ajagba (13-0, 11 KOs) scored a ninth round KO against Razvan Cojanu (17-7, 9 KOs). Ajagba was in command all the way, finally dropping Cojanu at the end of round eight. The game Cojanu kept battling but finally sank to the canvas at 2:46 of the ninth round.

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Photo: Stephanie Trapp/TGB Promotions

WBO #11 Frank Sánchez (15-0, 11 KOs) took a one-sided ten round unanimous decision over Joey Dawejko (29-7-4, 11 KOs). Former Cuban national team member Sanchez kept Dawejko on the end of his jab in a dull fight. Scores were 98-92, 100-90, 100-90.
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Photo: Stephanie Trapp/TGB Promotions

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  • Both Sanchez and Ajagba looked good, but Sanchez should have attacked more. He elected to move and box and won an easy decision, but did not establish himself as a future draw. He just played it too safe for my taste and never took any risks. He was the much bigger man, but never took any chances with the light-hitting Dawejko.

    As for Ajagba, he seemed to be putting more leverage into his shots. In previous bouts, he threw a lot of arm punches mixed in with some heavy shots. I didn’t like the way he left his chin in the air whenever he went on the offense. He needs to tuck that chin in and not stand up so straight. I expected him to get clipped at some point, but Cojanu spent too much time on defense without throwing back. A good win for Ajagba, but he needs more variety in his punches and be less predictable in his attacks.

  • I think Ajagba is coming long real nicely. He’s fighting MUCH better opposition in 10 fights than wilder did in 30. He’s got a better frame and seems to be progressing and polishing his skillset more with each fight. He’s picking up more tools and skills for his arsonal as he fights. I LOVE how humble he is!!!!

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