2017 BOXING fight – Keith Tapia vs Lateef Kayode – full fight Video

2 Star RatingReview by AllTheBestFights.com: 2017-09-23, disappointing fight between Keith Tapia and Lateef Kayode: it gets two stars.

Keith Tapia entered this fight with a record of 17-1-0 (11 knockouts) while his opponent, Lateef Kayode, has an official record of 21-1-0 (16 KOs=76%). Both boxers are not ranked as they haven’t fought for more than one year: Tapia fought on May 13, 2016 losing to Andrew Tabiti (=Tapia vs Tabiti) while Kayode fought on November 4, 2015 losing to Denis Lebedev (=Lebedev vs Kayode). Lateef Kayode vs Keith Tapia is on the undercard of Yunier Dorticos vs Dmitry Kudryashov. Watch the video and rate this fight!



Date: 2017-09-23

Where: Alamodome, San Antonio, Texas, USA

Division: cruiserweight (200 lbs, 90.7 kg)

Result: Click here to show the fight’s result
Keith Tapia def. Lateef Kayode (unanimous decision, 100-89, 100-89, 100-89)


Tapia’s previous fight: Keith Tapia vs Andrew Tabiti

Kayode’s previous fight: Denis Lebedev vs Lateef Kayode

Kayode’s next fight: Andrew Tabiti vs Lateef Kayode

Tapia’s next fight: Keith Tapia vs Mike Perez



Tapia vs Kayode Fight Video:

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One Reply to “2017 BOXING fight – Keith Tapia vs Lateef Kayode – full fight Video”

  1. One-sided domination by Tapia, appearing sharper than in his last outing. The reason is Kayode. Since Lebedev took Kayode apart, Tapia has the blueprint for peppering and staying out of range of his huge, maladroit opponent. It’s a good performance by the winner, but it’s a mismatch.

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