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Zac Dunn Edges Findley in US Debut

Photos by George Jimenez/GeoIMAGEZ

Fight Report by Vicky Villa

Huntington, NY – Undefeated Australian IBO Super Middleweight World Champion Zac Dunn (19-0 15KOs) made his US debut against the rugged Derrick Findley (22-16,-1 14 KOs) in a ten round non-title fight.  Dunn had to walk through fire in order to defeat the very game Findley who didn’t show up to collect a check but instead tested the undefeated Dunn round after round.  In round two Findley landed an overhand right punch that sent the Australian to the canvas.  Dunn managed to get up and continue fighting but Findley dominated the rest of the second round.

 

Dunn appeared to be the busier fighter and was throwing a lot more punches than Findley.  But Findley managed to block many of his punches and landed the harder punches.  The fight was very close as evidenced by the narrow scores of 95-94 x 2 for Dunn with one judge scoring it 95-94 for Findley.

In the undercard, Anthony Karperis (11-1, 4 KOs) fell victim to Tyrone Luckey (7-4-2, 5 KOs) and was stopped at 48 seconds of round two after being dropped four times in round one.

Cruiserweight Constantin Bejenaru (9-0, 3 KOs) started slow but managed to pick up the pace and although he went the full eight rounds he got some much needed work.  He defeated Joel Shojgreen (8-1, 7 KOs) via unanimous decision with scores of 80-72 x 2, and 79-73.

Junior Welterweight prospect Danny Gonzalez (10-0-1, 4 KOs) wasted no time and dispatched his opponent Justin Johnson (6-10-4) in two rounds.

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Born in Queens, NY and raised in Colombia, George Jimenez found his passion for Sports photography through his love for boxing. He combined his love for boxing and photography in 2009 when he had the chance to photograph his first boxing match. George currently contributes to Ringnews24.com, an international website dedicated to boxing based out of the UK which has allowed him to bring his work to a whole new audience. In his short six years as a boxing photographer his work has been published in various publications such as Ring Magazine, Boxing News magazine, and he is a regular contributor to ESPN and other major boxing websites. While not limited to any specific sport or discipline, George has become most known for his work within the sport of Boxing. In his downtime, George enjoys spending time with his wife Victoria and his dogs Maximus and Apollo.