2017 BOXING fight – Tony Yoka vs Ali Baghouz – full fight Video

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3 Star RatingReview by AllTheBestFights.com: 2017-12-16, good exchanges between Tony Yoka and Ali Baghouz: it gets three stars.

The 2016 Olympic super heavyweight gold medalist Tony Yoka entered this fight with a professional record of 2-0-0 (1 knockout – while his amateur record is 60-12-0) and he is ranked as the No.96 heavyweight in the world. In his previous bouts he has won over Travis Clark (=Yoka vs Clark) and Jonathan Rice (=Yoka vs Rice).
His opponent, Ali Baghouz, has a boxing record of 10-1-1 (6 knockouts) and he has also fought twice in 2017 beating Archil Gigolashvili and losing to Martin Bakole Ilunga. Yoka vs Baghouz is the main event of the evening. Watch the video and rate this fight!


Date: 2017-12-16

Where: La Seine Musicale, Boulogne-Billancourt, France

Division: heavyweight (over 200 lbs, 90.7 kg)

Result: Click here to show the fight’s result
Tony Yoka def. Ali Baghouz (TKO, round 2)


Yoka’s previous fight: Tony Yoka vs Jonathan Rice

Yoka’s next fight: Tony Yoka vs Cyril Leonet


Yoka vs Baghouz full fight video:

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1 comment on “2017 BOXING fight – Tony Yoka vs Ali Baghouz – full fight Video”

  1. I love this website, but sometimes the star ratings confuse me. I don’t really understand how this very short mismatch, between fighters ranked barely in the top 100, displaying fairly basic skills, has the same three star rating as Lemieux vs Saunders (same weekend) where two men in the top 10 fought for a world title and we were treated to a brilliant display of boxing ability.

    Sure, both fights were one-sided, and yes, this fight has knock-downs in its favour (though not particularly clean or dramatic) but one was absorbing, the other boring.

    I guess it comes down to personal preference though, and I really appreciate that care is taken in the fight synopses not to spoil results or give away details. Maybe it just shows up the difficulties of rating/scoring these things – boxing is no stranger to that.


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