“I’d have rather have been knocked out!” – Josh Warrington reacts to gutting draw

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Matchroom Boxing published this video item, entitled “”I’d have rather have been knocked out!” – Josh Warrington reacts to gutting draw” – below is their description.

What a frustrating night in Leeds as Josh Warrington and Mauricio Lara’s rematch ended prematurely with a cut to the Mexican at the end of the second round. We speak to Josh at the close #JoshWarrington #WarringtonLara2

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