Yoka stops Milas in seven

IBF #7, WBC #10, WBO #15 rated Tony Yoka (11-0, 9 KOs) broke down and stopped previously unbeaten Peter Milas (15-1, 11 KOs) in seven rounds on Friday night at the famous Roland Garros Tennis Stadium in Paris, France. 2016 Olympic gold medalist Yoka progressively broke down the mobile Milas, finally dropping him twice in round seven to end it.

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  • Probably very few will agree, but Yoka is an average fighter. Just don’t see anything special about him as a pro fighter.

    • You will see if he is average when he steps up, in this fight he wasn’t challenged altough Milas wasn’t a joke.. He is an olympic gold medalist and amateur world champion for a reason, the only thing i have a doubt about is his chin.. Time will tell bye..

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