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Jacobs Stops Quillin in Round One And Claims “King of Brooklyn” Title

Photos & Fight Summary by George Jimenez – GeoIMAGEZ

Most boxing enthusiasts expected a competitive fight between Danny Jacobs and Peter Quillin. Some people favored the heavy puncher Quillin, while others picked Jacobs via decision if he could out box his opponent.

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Someone forgot to tell Jacobs that he should play the part of the boxer because as soon as the bell rang he came out very aggressive and landing combinations to the head and body of Quillin.

Jacobs hurt Quillin early in the 1st round and Quillin never recovered.  Jacobs landed a brutal right hand punch and Quillin was wobbled and appeared hurt.  Referee Dock took a look at Quillin and decided he had enough and called a halt to the bout.

Jacobs defended his Middleweight title and claims the rights as “King of Brooklyn”.

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