“I’m here to entertain & get a World Title!” – Conor Benn blasts Algieri away in 4

Matchroom Boxing published this video item, entitled ““I’m here to entertain & get a World Title!” – Conor Benn blasts Algieri away in 4” – below is their description.

What a win for Conor Benn who KO’d Chris Algieri in the fourth with a thunderous 1-2. We speak to The Destroyer in the immediate aftermath who makes it clear 2022 is going to be another huge year on the way to a World Title #BennAlgieri #ConorBenn #Boxing

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