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Frederik Lawson (22-0, 20 KOs) scored a unanimous decision victory over Ray Narth ( 26-5, 21 KOs) in a 10-round Welterweight fight at the Barker Hanger in
The fight was the co-main event of a card presented by King Sports and ESPN2, and which is headlined by the IBF Middleweight title eliminator between Curtis Stevens and Hassan N’Dam.
Lawson was aggressive throughout the fight and clearly had an advantage in power as Narth was knocked down once in each of rounds two and
Lawso, who won with scores of 99-89, 99-89, and an awful score of 95-93, began the fight aggressively, coming forward and closing the range between him and Narth easily.
Narth tried to work his long-range offense around Lawson’s guard, but was swiftly interrupted by several overhand rights, one of which dropped Narth in the second round.
Narth was dropped again in round eight when he was wobbled by a left hook and was soon after sent to the canvas with a right uppercut.
Lawson continues his undefeated streak but with a record that should raise suspicion. Lawson has twenty knockouts, but was unable to stop a man who has three knockout losses and who was knocked down twice in tonight’s fight.