Boxing Result

Lemieux returns with KO2

By Dave Spencer at ringside

It was supposed to be the durable opponent to give middleweight prospect David Lemieux (26-2, 25 KOs) and see what he had in later rounds. Jaudiel Zepeda (14-6-1, 11 KOs) though proved no match though for the powerful Lemieux who put the California fighter down for the count with a left hook to the body at 1:47 of the second round on Friday night at the Bell Centre in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. It snapped a two fight losing streak for the 23 year-old and was only the second time Zepeda has been stopped. Lemieux used a crisp sharp jab to set up his punches in the first round and sent his opponent tumbling to the canvas early in the next round with a big right hand to the jaw. Lemieux went right to work on the body of his opponent following the knockdown and had Zepeda down again in what was officially ruled a shove. The point was academic as Lemieux scored his 25th knockdown, 22 coming within the first two rounds, and all coming within the first five.

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