Found May 20, 2012 on The Queensbury Rules:
PLAYERS: Sam Sexton
Heavyweight David Price laid waste to another of the fair-to-middling domestic guard at home in the Aintree Equestrian Centre on Saturday, flattening an overawed Sam Sexton umpteen times before finishing him with a splat in round 4. Merseyside’s first ever British heavyweight boss, Price marked himself out as a prospective world class player. In today’s moribund heavyweight division, that’s a rare distinction indeed – a sort of Bullingdon Club for well conditioned, oversized technicians. Although Sexton, 228 ½, offered very little, other than a back-pedalling target, Price, 245 ½, looked a little less rigid yet more compact than in previous bouts. And while his left arm hangs limply by his beltline more often than it’s up where it should be, shielding his chin, his whiskers are unlikely to be troubled at this level. After a demoralising opening quarter, Sexton found himself bundled to the mat with a cuffing right hook prior to the close of round 3. Oddly, the Norfolk man rose to a...
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