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Sport Conor Benn outclasses Sebastian Formella, wins wide decision

02:15  22 november  2020
02:15  22 november  2020 Source:   boxingjunkie.com

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Benn being tested by Formella . If Benn were matched against a quality welterweight like Vergil Beating Formella might not be a significant enough win or the 24-year-old Benn to be given a top Conor is looking to pick up another win and look good in doing. This will be Benn ’s fifth fight since his

Conor Benn (16-0-0, 11 KOs) defends his WBA Continental welterweight title against Sebastian Formella (22-1-1, 10 KOs) live on Sky Boxing fans can watch Conor Benn vs Sebastian Formella live on Sky Sports in the UK and DAZN in the US. The start time is scheduled for Saturday, November

Conor Benn took a significant step in his young career on Saturday night in London.

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Benn outclassed Sebastian Formella to win a wide decision in a 10-round welterweight fight, arguably the strongest performance since he turned pro in 2016.

Formella, who went the distance with Shawn Porter on Aug. 22, was seen as the biggest test for the son of Nigel Benn. If so, he gets an “A”.

Benn (17-0, 11 KOs) had too much of everything for his German opponent at SSE Arena. He picked Fromella (22-2, 10 KOs) apart when they fought at an arm’s length – landing the much quicker, harder shots – and got the better of his opponent when they fought toe-to-toe.

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Formella dropped a decision to former two-time world champion Shawn Porter in August, so this will be his second fight of the pandemic. What time does Benn vs Formella start? The action should begin at 7pm UK time, with Benn and Formella 's ring-walks likely to occur around 10pm UK time.

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Formella was just as resilient against Benn as he was when he fought Porter but, in both fights, solid technique and toughness weren’t enough for him to be competitive.

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Conor Benn arguably gave the strongest performance of his career on Saturday. Mark Robinson / Matchroom Boxing

The loser, realizing after a few rounds that he was ineffective at a distance, demonstrated his courage but pushing the action and engaging Benn inside beginning in the middle rounds. However, he continued to take punishment until the final bell.

Benn’s only flaw was his inability to stop a fighter he dominated but that’s more a testament to Formella’s remarkable toughness than any deficiency on Benn’s part.

The scores were 100-91, 99-91 and 99-92, all for Benn. Porter shut out Formella in a 12-round fight.

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Conor Benn faces Sebastian Formella on Saturday night, live on Sky Sports. Conor Benn dismissed doubts about the emotional build-up to his battle The British welterweight became tearful during an interview earlier this week ahead of a sizeable step-up in class against Formella , live on Sky Sports

Conor Benn and the rest of the card arrive for their COVID-19 tests. Alen Babic celebrates his 30th birthday with a cake from the staff and Facetime call Conor Benn is bang up for Saturday''s headline fight with Sebastian Formella . The Destroyer''s WBA Continental Welterweight Title is on the line.

Benn made a strong statement, demonstrating that the top 147-pounders might have their hands full with the 24-year-old Essex resident sometime in the near future.

“I’m getting better every time,” said Benn, who hadn’t fought since he stopped Steve Jamoye in October of last year. “I’m working hard. There is no fun and games. This is all business. …

“I just beat a former [secondary] world champion who went the distance with Shawn Porter. And I beat him just as good.”

Benn isn’t getting carried away after only 17 professional bouts and a limited amateur career. He has his eye on regional rivals for now, not the elite 147-pounders like Errol Spence Jr., Terence Crawford and Manny Pacquiao.

“There’s only one fight I’m interested in, and that’s Josh Kelly,” he said of his fellow British prospect. Forget all the other people calling me out. I don’t care. The only big domestic [opponent] I want is Kelly.”

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Challenger Sebastian Formella one ounce heavier than champion Conor Benn on the scales. Unbeaten champion Conor Benn (16-0, 11KOs) and once-beaten challenger Sebastian Formella (22-1, 10KOs) weighed in a day before their WBA Continental championship clash due to take place on

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Promoter Eddie Hearn, standing beside Benn when he was interviewed after the fight, said a Benn-Kelly fight could happen.

Kelly is expected to fight David Avanesyan in January. If Kelly wins that fight and Benn wins once more, Hearn said, Kelly and Benn could meet sometime in the summer.

“That’s a blockbuster for the summer,” Hearn said. “I know [Kelly trainer] Adam Booth would have no problem taking that fight.”

Benn looked wide-eyed at Hearn after he made that comment and asked, “Are you sure?” Hearn responded, “I believe so.”

Benn evidently is on his way.

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