Wonders they say never ends. This was the case as Nigerian boxer, Efe Ajagba, condemned his opponent, Nick Jones, to a first-round knockout.
The six-round heavyweight bout saw Efe who, with a hard right hand, sent Jones to the canvas with a devastating knockout in two minutes and twenty-five seconds, improving his unbeaten streak to 7-0.
Ajagba who in August became a social media phenomenon when his opponent, Curtis Harper, was disqualified after taking to his heels before a scheduled bout in front of stunned fight fans, convinced fans that he was for real and not just a media hype by completely dominating Jones for as long as the fight lasted.
The Nigerian, a 2015 All African games gold medalist, stunned Jones who was undefeated coming into the bout with a 6-0 record.
Ajagba joined the professional ranks in 2017 alongside his cousin and fellow national teammate, Efetobore Apochi, who campaigns in the Cruiserweight category.
His win against Jones at Citizens Business Bank Arena, Ontario, California, was Ajagba’s seventh win by knockout. He has fought four times this year already.
Moments after the bout Ajagba who won a bronze medal for Nigeria at 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow promised his fans more.