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Leigh Wood outboxes, breaks down Xu Can in upset for WBA title

XU CAN v LEIGH WOOD WTKO12 (2:43) (Beijing, China) (Nottingham, England) Leigh Wood stopped Xu Can in the 12th and final round to claim the WBA Featherweight World Title in a big upset at the top of the bill on the first week of Matchroom Fight Camp in Brentwood, Essex, live worldwide on DAZN.
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Results / Photos: Leigh Wood rips 126-lb title from Xu Can

Leigh Wood stopped Xu Can in the 12th and final round to claim the WBA Featherweight World Title in a big upset at the top of the bill on the first week of Matchroom Fight Camp in Brentwood, Essex, live worldwide on DAZN. ‘Leigh-thal’ created history by becoming only the...
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Sports, as well as chrome sports, where it also won seventh place

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Roman Reigns Accepts Finn Balor’s Challenge on WWE SmackDown

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