BREAKING NEWS: Jonnie Rice TKOs a Very Flat & Listless Michael Coffie in 5

Article by Rick Mohamed

Jonnie Rice, replacing Michael Washington, who was diagnosed Covid positive, jumped all over an outmanned & outgunned Michael Coffie, earning a shocking TKO in the 5th round of the Main Event of . The Columbia, S.C.. native, pulled off the upset, coming out in the 1st round & beating Coffie to the punch. Rice used his superior quickness to land solid punches on Coffie and escaping Coffie’s potentially damaging blows. He kept this going into the 5th round, when he unleashed a series of punches, with no response from a clearly dazed Coffie. The refereefinally felt it wasn’t Coffie’s night, calling the fight. Rice wasnt supposed to win, but he put together a great perfoormance in winning the fight in fine fashion. Rice moves up on onward, while a previously unbeaten Coffie tries to regroup…

 

 

earning a TKO in the 5th round

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My name is Giovanti Mohamed. I am 27 years old. I was born and raised in Denver, Colorado. My dad Ricardo Mohamed started teaching me the basics of boxing when I was around 3 years old, and I have loved the sport ever since. As a kid I grew up around both World champions and great trainers. I competed in several Golden gloves tournaments throughout my younger years, and competed in different states for amateur boxing events. I was set to turn Professional in 2014 but unfortunately, months before my Pro debut I was diagnosed with severe Arthritis which ended my pursuit of becoming a world champion. My love for boxing has never left, and I look forward to giving great analysis on all the boxing matches to come.