Tim Tsyzu Drops Bowyn Morgan Twice, KO In One

Tim Tsyzu Drops Bowyn Morgan

Junior middleweight sensation Tim Tsyzu needed few minutes to end his 2020 in a high note, dropping New Zealand’s Bowyn Morgan twice en route to a first round knockout at at Bankwest Stadium in Parramatta, Australia.

Tsyzu 17-0 (13KOs) stunned Morgan within minutes into the fight , flooring him and ended the fight with a big right that surprisingly sent Morgan into the ropes , forcing the referee to immediately end the contest at exactly 1:54 of round one.

Tsyzu didn’t show any signs of ring rust or any element if the fact that the boxing world has been forced to stage events behind closed doors . Tyszu enter the fight on the back of an eight round knockout victory over Jeff Horn and finished Morgan in a much more spectacular fashion than his fight with Horn.

Morgan came into the fight in a 14 fight winning streak but clear had no idea of what he was going to face against Tsyzu, who showed he was a level higher than all the opponent he has faced. He was able to use pace to manuover Morgan jabs, which eventually paved way for his big uppercut that broke down the 31 year old.

Morgan wasn’t accurate and saw his jabs get dodged effortlessly by Tsyzu and fr long range connected a hook that sent Morgan into his favorable position before. A right upper cut to the body and a left hook to the body made Morgan cover but Tsyzu was clever, splitter the gaurd with a sweet upper cut to the chin. Two rights and a left hook then sent him crashing to the canvas for the first knock down.

Morgan beat the count but was sent to the canvas again immediately with one big right hand. The referee immediately waved off the fight with Tsyzu still fresh and in the middle looking around the Arena. The win was Tyszu’s third straight knockout victory.

Tim Tsyzu Celebrates Victory

The next fight for Tsyzu could be the biggest fight as his team is presently looking to match him up as the chief support of the lineal lightweight champion Teofimo Lopez and unbeaten mandatory challenger George Kambosos Jr, which is tentative for April or May.

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