2017 BOXING fight – Jarrett Hurd vs Tony Harrison – full fight Video IBF

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3 Star RatingReview by AllTheBestFights.com: 2017-02-25, Jarrett Hurd vs Tony Harrison gets three stars only thanks to a good finish.

The undefeated Jarrett Hurd entered this fight with a perfect boxing record of 19-0-0 (13 knockouts) and he is ranked as the No.15 super welterweight in the world. He fought twice last year winning over Oscar Molina and Ionut Dan Ion (=Hurd vs Dan).
His opponent, Tony Harrison, has an official record of 24-1-0 (20 KOs=83%) and he entered as the No.11 in the same weight class. He suffered his only loss when he faced Willie Nelson in 2015 (=Nelson vs Harrison), after this bout he has won over Cecil McCalla (=Harrison vs McCalla), Fernando Guerrero and Sergey Rabchenko (=Harrison vs Rabchenko). Jarrett Hurd vs Tony Harrison is valid for the vacant IBF World super welterweight title; 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: light middleweight (154 lbs, 69.9 kg)

Title: vacant IBF World super welterweight title

Result: Click here to show the fight’s result
Jarrett Hurd def. Tony Harrison (TKO at 2:24, round 9)

 

Hurd’s previous fight: Jarrett Hurd vs Ionut Dan Ion

Harrison’s previous fight: Tony Harrison vs Sergey Rabchenko

 

 

Hurd vs Harrison Fight Video:

(Free embeddable video hosted on Youtube and not uploaded by AllTheBestFights)

Official highlights

  • Stéphane Allard

    Excellent combat de style, j’ai adoré…

  • No10Count

    Horrible Ref.
    Harrison was completely gassed out by the 8th. It showed in the 7th.
    I don’t see him over coming this unless the erason is that he is so weight drained.

    As far as Hurd goes.
    He is lucky. Wont win against any top 154lber. Just doesn’t have the skills

  • Olivier Veillette

    I guess Harrison was trying to buy time after the KD by spitting his mouthpiece out. If he did so while he was down on the canevas, I think the ref wouldn’t have waved him out. Hurd was again outclassed technically in the first rounds. Hurd is now champion in a not-so-competitve division at the moment.

    • Rap Takkies

      Charlo, Lubin, Lara, Andrade, Hatley, Hurd, and maybe Canelo enough tough competition

      • Olivier Veillette

        Maybe “competitve” was not the correct word here. By that, what I meant is that none of them seems to be amongst the elite of the sport, or at least durable champion. Except of course for Alvarez, but he’s moving up to nearly SMW for his next bout. If he decides to come back at 154 lbs after that, he’d still be the best in this division.

        Charlo (Jermall): Moving up to 160 lbs, hasn’t face strong opposition at 154 lbs except maybe Trout.
        Charlo (Jermell): Hasn’t beaten any significant opponent yet.
        Hatley: Who?… I mean really.
        Hurd: Well, my point in my initial post was that he didn’t convince me and again he hasn’t face any big name. Jo Jo Dan could be one, but the latter was way out of his league in terms of weight.

        So that leaves us with two names: Lara and Andrade. I agree about these two, they’re very good, but still I’m not impressed.

  • cristi

    tony liked me much, pity that quickly finished gasoline