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SportHodges claims KO victory in 17 seconds

04:50  16 may  2019
04:50  16 may  2019 Source:   wwos.ninemsn.com.au

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Just 17 seconds in, referee Garry Dean was forced to step in and stop the fight as the crowd booed. In only his second professional fight, Hodges still looked the far superior boxer against McMahon, whom he outweighed by almost 12 kg and outsized by 13cm. McMahon was struck by a massive right from

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Hodges claims KO victory in 17 seconds© Main Event Hodges lands the knockout punch Former NRL star Justin Hodges made light work of New Zealand boxer Troy McMahon, landing a knockout blow within seconds of their heavyweight bout at The Star in Sydney.

Just 17 seconds in, referee Garry Dean was forced to step in and stop the fight as the crowd booed.

In only his second professional fight, Hodges still looked the far superior boxer against McMahon, whom he outweighed by almost 12 kg and outsized by 13cm.

McMahon was struck by a massive right from Hodges in the first few seconds and was left instantly, visibly wobbly. Hodges, 36, also landed a little upper cut as McMahon bounced back off the ropes and fell to the canvas. The Kiwi got back to his feet, but with McMahon dazed and unable to properly defend himself, Dean called the fight.

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Just 17 seconds in, referee Garry Dean was forced to step in and stop the fight as the crowd booed. In only his second professional fight, Hodges still looked the far superior boxer against McMahon was struck by a massive right from Hodges in the first few seconds and was left instantly, visibly wobbly.

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Though commentators noted McMahon was "blowing up" at the stoppage, Queensland boxer Jeff Horn said the referee made the right decision.

Hodges claims KO victory in 17 seconds© 2019 Getty Images SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - MAY 15: Justin Hodges fights Troy McMahon during the undercard fight ahead of the Australian super welterweight title bout between Tim Tszyu and Joe Camilleri at The Star on May 15, 2019 in Sydney, Australia. (Photo by Cameron Spencer/Getty Images) "It was a smart move, you don't want to see the guy brutally knocked out there. It was only going to happen if it went on any longer," Horn said during the Main Event broadcast.

"I've seen a few guys in some fights, they get hit on the top of their head in that location and they completely lose their legs."

McMahon, 43, was making his professional debut against Hodges in the undercard of Tim Tszyu vs Joel Camilleri on Wednesday night.

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The Auckland boxer was a late call-up for the Hodges fight. Four of Hodges' opponents had withdrawn before McMahon put his hand up.

Hodges, whose record is now 2-0, said he was let down by the fight, but was glad the referee prevented it getting uglier.

"It was a little bit disappointing," Hodges said after the win.

Hodges claims KO victory in 17 seconds© Main Event McMahon wasn't impressed with the decision to stop the fight

"The guy took the fight late, full credit to him. But it's got nothing to do with me, it's not my fault, I just came prepared, and I trained hard.

"I hurt him then. I didn't want to go in and hurt him anymore. I was waiting for the ref to step in.

"It is a shame. I train hard and prepared well. Had a couple fighters pull out."

Some boxing fans and media took to social media, outraged by the bout.

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Hodges said he wants on a "more experienced" opponent in his next bout, perhaps later this year.

He also didn't rule out taking on Paul Gallen in the future, but suggested it wasn't his immediate focus.

"Well, that's further down the track," he said.

"I'll maybe look for a fight towards November.

"I want to try and fight someone a bit more experienced."

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