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Tevin Farmer dominates James Tennyson to retain junior lightweight title; Katie Taylor wins big

Tevin Farmer dominates James Tennyson to retain junior lightweight title; Katie Taylor wins big

In the fifth round, Farmer landed another hard left hand to the ribs that badly buckled Tennyson (22-3, 18 KOs), 25, of Northern Ireland, but he stayed upright.

Because Farmer dismissed Tennyson with such ease and took no damage, there's a chance he will be back Dec. 15 on the undercard of the Canelo Alvarez-Rocky Fielding fight at New York's Madison Square Garden, according to Farmer co-promoters Lou DiBella and Eddie Hearn, who is also Fielding's promoter and will have slots on the Golden Boy Promotions card.

Kid Galahad, left, dominated Toka Kahn Clary for a one-sided unanimous decision IBF featherweight eliminator.

England's Kid Galahad rolled to a one-sided decision against Toka Kahn Clary in a featherweight elimination bout to earn an mandatory world title fight against the winner of the Dec. 22 fight between titlist Josh Warrington and former titleholder Carl Frampton.

Former junior featherweight world titleholder Scott Quigg (35-2-2, 26 KOs), 30, of England, mowed down Mario Briones (29-8-2, 21 KOs), 32, of Mexico, in easy fashion, stopping him with an onslaught of punches in the second round of their scheduled eight-round junior lightweight bout.

Source: www.espn.com
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