Korean-Mexican American boxer Brandun Lee once again dominated his opposition, scoring a vicious third-round knockout win over veteran boxer Samuel Teah in Wednesday’s ShoBox main event.
The 21-year old traded blows with Teah in the first two rounds, before the savage right hook sent Teah flat on his back. With this win, Lee now holds an impressive undefeated record of 22 -0 with 20 KOs.
In his post fight interviews, Lee stated: “Honestly, I don’t think I learned a whole lot tonight. I knew he couldn’t outbox me. I knew he couldn’t outpunch me. I knew the knockout was going to come and that one was definitely one of my top one or two favourites so far in my career.”
Lee is being described as ‘the most ferocious young talent’ and has once again showed why the hype is real.
Checkout some of the social media reactions below
— Dan Rafael (@DanRafael1) March 11, 2021
Great shot by @Brandun_Lee. That’s how you prove that you’re a level above. Love this kid. One of the nicer fighters in the game and a badass. He’s ready for a bigger step up … and not too far away from just plain ready. #boxing #ShoBox.
— Lou DiBella (@loudibella) March 11, 2021
The most ferocious young talent coming through at 140.
Brandun Lee has bricks for hands. pic.twitter.com/8qbBAxN71r
— Adam Catterall (@AdamCatterall) March 11, 2021
Brandun Lee took to IG to celebrate his win with his fans. We can’t wait to see what’s next for Lee.
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