That’s going to hurt in the morning: Brutal knockout blow turns boxer’s face to jelly
This brutal knockout blow turned a boxer’s face to mush – making him look more like jelly than a prized jouster.
Tony Pietrantonio came crashing to the canvas in the 31st second of the third round following the devastating right-hander from fellow U.S. light heavyweight Lavarn Harvell.
Harvell, 23 – dubbed Baby Bowe because of his resemblance to former heavyweight champ Riddick Bowe – said: ‘I felt that punch all the way up my shoulder and back, so I knew he wasn’t getting up.
Pietrantonio, who only agreed to Saturday’s fight three days previously, was unconscious as he hit the Atlantic City, New Jersey floor.