2017 BOXING fight – Dominic Breazeale vs Izuagbe Ugonoh – full fight Video

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3 Star RatingReview by AllTheBestFights.com: 2017-02-25, exciting back and forth fight: Dominic Breazeale vs Izuagbe Ugonoh is close to get four stars!

Dominic Breazeale entered this fight with a pro boxing record of 17-1-0 (15 KOs=88%) and he is ranked as the No.15 heavyweight in the world. He fought twice last year beating Amir Mansour (=Mansour vs Breazeale) and losing to #1 Hw Anthony Joshua (=Joshua vs Breazeale).
His opponent, the undefeated Izuagbe Ugonoh, has a perfect record of 17-0-0 (14 KOs=82%) and he entered as the No.36 in the same weight class. He also fought twice in 2016 winning over Ricardo Humberto Ramirez and Gregory Tony. Dominic Breazeale vs Izuagbe Ugonoh is on the undercard of Deontay Wilder vs Gerald Washington. Watch the video and rate this fight!

 

 

Date: 2017-02-25

Where: Legacy Arena, Birmingham, Alabama, USA

Division: heavyweight (over 200 lbs, 90.7 kg)

Result: Click here to show the fight’s result
Dominic Breazeale def. Izuagbe Ugonoh (KO, round 5)

 

Breazeale’s previous fight: Anthony Joshua vs Dominic Breazeale

 

 

Breazeale vs Ugonoh Fight Video:

Official Video

Official highlights

  • RepubRudolf

    FOTY candidate for sure. Alot of good fights in boxing this year.

    • Olivier Veillette

      Man! You said it.. Isn’t 2017 an incredible year so far for boxing? :D

  • Norris Lurker

    Power plus from both these guys! Great action. I would think that they would both have severe headaches after this fight. Ugono showed ineperience in not maintaing his guard and becoming a runner like Mayweather.

  • Tim McWalloper

    Enjoyed that

  • hoylecasino .

    Ugonoh
    can come back from this. Wladimir Klitschko got knocked out twice in
    the early stages of his career. People thought Wladimir would turn out
    to be a nobody after that and he’s not done too bad. It’ll take a great
    deal of mental strength though. Ugonoh
    needs to work on his defence, maybe try a new coach and personally, I
    think he may have been rushed as this was a step too soon for him. I
    could see in the first round how much talent he has but it’s so raw,
    those hands were too low as Evander Holyfield said and he was eating
    jabs like breakfast. Big respect to Brezeale though, great chin.

    • Olivier Veillette

      Absolutely! Izu will come back for sure. He needs more rounds and a better gameplan/preparation. He’s got skills.

  • tango2042

    Excellent fight plenty of knock downs with a very impressive but short fighter. Ugonoh is really good with a very sound technique, good punching power, and a fast connecting guy. His body work was superb but unfortunately got exhausted. Anyhow, a boxer to be watched closely. Dominic was good as usual but very lucky since this fight was all Ugonoh.

    • Olivier Veillette

      Wilder-Washington, Hurd-Harrison, Breazeale-Ugonoh were all pretty much the same story in which the favorite is outclassed by the underdog for a few rounds until punching power suddenly turned the tide in a few seconds.

  • Olivier Veillette

    Great entertaining fight!
    Rd3 is ROTY candidate for sure.

  • cristi

    nigeriano-polish boxer seriously wrong
    with little intelligence and endurance could have win the fight

  • fattsmann

    Great fight. Ugonoh has great potential, but needs to shore up his defense and punching mechanics. There were a lot of times he put his hands out to deflect a punch vs. just getting tight in the guard, leaving him open to an opposite hand punch from Dominic. His punching mechanics are also a little sloppy, with the habit of dropping the hand first before punching. He’s got speed to overcome the telegraphing, but when he gassed, it was easy to see.

    Breazeale… man he needs to get in shape. His jab is still painfully slow. Heart yes, but heart also leads to micro-concussions.

  • Mattsnow

    3 étoiles? Come on guys it’s ridiculous! 4 stars at least.

    • Olivier Veillette

      ¡Ay, caramba! ¿Three estrellas? Estás loco…