Terry Flanagan beaten on unanimous decision by Regis Prograis
Terry Flanagan beaten on unanimous decision by Regis Prograis in World Boxing Super Series
- Regis Prograis has advances to the semi-finals of the World Boxing Super Series
- Terry Flanagan has fallen to a second defeat in a row in New Orleans
- Flanagan was dominated throughout but managed to reach the final bell
Terry Flanagan tasted defeat in New Orleans on Saturday night as Regis Prograis claimed a unanimous decision victory.
Prograis advances in the World Boxing Super Series to face Kiryl Rrelikh in the semi-finals.
Flanagan, coming back from his first career defeat, a split decision loss to Maurice Hooker in June, was dominated throughout.
Regis Prograis celebrates after beating Terry Flanagan in the World Boxing Super Series
Flanagan was dominated throughout and floored in the eighth round in New Orleans
The 29-year-old lasted until the final bell but was ultimately outclassed by his opponent
Prograis was outlanding and outworking his opponent before flooring Flanagan in the eighth round with a hard hook.
A cut opened up around his left eye as Prograis continued to shower him in punches.
Flanagan continued to show his heart and managed to last until the final bell.
He showed some aggression in the 11th round but could not rescue the situation and was ultimately outclassed.
The 29-year-old has now slipped to a second defeat in a row after suffering his first career loss earlier this year.
Prograis lands a left hook on Flanagan during their quarter-final bout on Saturday
Flanagan lands a right punch on his opponent Prograis but could not force a victory
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