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Boxing Betting: McDonnell beats Wood and wins British title
By Andrew Scott Tuesday, 25 February 2014 12:53
McDonnell, who’s very famous for his talent and boxing odds, trailed on the scorecards after a bad start, but he suddenly turned the fight around with a brutal onslaught in the sixth-round, forcing the referee to step in.
Early on, boxing betting fans and pay per head sportsbooks saw that Wood was set back as in the opener a slip was incorrectly called a knockdown, but the Nottingham fighter ignored the mistake and sent out heavy jabs.
Then McDonnell’s boxing betting fans were very concerned when his defences were broken by a right hand, when Wood pumped up the pace in the second round, and a body shot hurt the Yorkshireman, who ended up with a badly cut eye.
Pay per head sportsbooks could see that Wood had razor sharp reflexes, and in the third round he landed a sharp left, but in the fourth McDonnell gained a grip, catching his opponent with hard punches and very good boxing odds.
In an evenly-contested fifth, they traded shots at close-quarters, and boxing betting fans saw that Wood was moving into a dog-fight.
In the sixth, Wood’s collected boxing skills left him, as McDonnell stepped up his assault, confusing his foe with a flurry of punches, and leaving pay per head sportsbooks very impressed.
The attack was briefly stopped by referee Marcus McDonnell to check on Wood, but then price per head services saw that a barrage of punches forced the finish.
“Unbelievable, it’s not going to sink in for a week or two,” said McDonnell.
“I never worried. The game-plan was to break him down. He had a bit of success early on, but I’m always going to be there until the end. I knew I was going to stop him. It was just a matter of getting to him.”
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Pay per head sportsbooks saw plenty of action in the ring, and can’t wait to see what’s next for McDonell.