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Morrell wins WBA interim belt in 3rd fight

Lennox Allen Vs David Morrell Fight Night27
Photo: Sean Michael Ham/TGB Promotions

Super middleweight David Morrell Jr. (3-0, 2 KOs) hammered out a twelve round unanimous decision over previously unbeaten Lennox Allen (22-1-1, 14 KOs) to win the WBA interim super middleweight title on Saturday night at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles. Morrell, 22, was in command all the way against the 35-year-old Allen. Scores were 118-110, 119-109, 120-108.

Morrell had a 207 to 90 advantage in punches landed.

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  • how is this a title fight please somebody from the WBA explain how is this even legit?

    • He’s only 22, had 130 wins and 2 losses in the amateurs. Won the gold at the youth world boxing championships and was named “Best Boxer of the Tournament”, 2017 Cuban National Championships, and the 2018 India Open International Boxing Tournament. I’m excited for this kid…

      • was a Olympic gold medalist? he fights 2 part time Home Depot workers and that makes him a contender for some bogus bullshit belt? nah brah hes got to EARN his shot not social media it

  • Morrell is in a 168 pound class with a few highly skilled fighters but stay away from David Benavidez because that future HOF, boxing SOB is a boxing MANSTER!! (half man/half monster). When Benavidez smiles at his opponent, he is really saying…I AM GONNA FK YOU UP, CABRON!!

    Over the next 15-20 fights, I hope they allow Morrell to develop his skills and ring smarts before he deals with the top fighters at 168 (NOT D. BENAVIDEZ!!). Unfortunately, Morrell’s body style may take him to 175, and there is no way in H*LL he can deal with those 175 pound monsters.

    Although Morrell WAS a great amateur, I have mix feelings about Morrell as a professional. I am leaning towards a boxing flop for Morrell, but I need to see ten (10) more fights to know for sure – the door remains open for Morrell.

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