Conor benn had no problem and showed his forcefulness by knocking out in the first round Samuel Vargas, to continue as intercontinental welterweight champion for the AMB.
This is the seventh loss for Vargas and the fourth by the chloroform route. However, he had never been dominated in this way, since since the fight began he never had a chance against a Conor precise and much stronger.
The hit of Benn wreaked havoc from the bell and Samuel he was never able to defend himself against the British attacks. After several right hands that entered full on the Latin American and some left blows, the referee made the decision to stop the fight.
At least 10 fists of power went into it. Vargas, who tried to move his hip to avoid being connected and no longer threw a blow, so the third on the surface chose to stop the actions.
This is the fifth time that Benn ends his contest in the first round, but this time he exhibited great power in his fists and did it against a quality rival like Vargas.
The last time he finished his opponent in the opening episode was in October 2017, when he sent to sleep Nathan clarke. Since then he has had five knockouts in nine fights.
“I have sent a message, of all the names you mentioned, nobody finished it in one round,” he said in the subsequent interview with Sky Sports. “Easy, easy. Formella, simple. Give me a real test. Denme Khan, I know he’s busy with reality shows and stuff, but listen, if you want it, you can have it. “
Conor Benn stops Samuel Vargas in round 1 in devastating fashion 🤯 pic.twitter.com/WpeEpwok0v
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