Andrew Flintoff vs Richard Dawson Boxing Fight Live Result and Highlights

Andrew Flintoff vs Richard Dawson Boxing Fight on 30 November at Manchester. We will be providing live results and Highlights updates about Andrew Flintoff vs Richard Dawson boxing fight. Flintoff’s opponent in 23 year old American prospect Richard Dawson, who has a 2-0 record to his name including a win by stoppage after his opponent retired. The Oklahoma fighter sealed both of his wins in his own home town. but he’s now looking to venture over to impress a British audience and enter the ring with an MBE and sporting legend.

Freddie completes his shock transformation from cricketer to boxer when he meets rookie Richard Dawson over four two minutes rounds on Friday night. And he will fight in the same MEN Arena where his pal Richky Hatton was KO’d by Vyascheslav Senchenko. But Fiintoff says he has no gone through the wringer just to land flat on his face in the ring. Flintoff admits nerves are starting to creep in with just three days to go before his first professional fight. But he plans to use advice from a legend of sport to help him keep his cool a certain Iron Mike.

Andrew Flintoff vs Richard Dawson Boxing Fight Live Result and Highlights

Andrew Flintoff vs Richard Dawson Boxing Fight Live Result and Highlights

Andrew Flintoff vs Richard Dawson Boxing Fight
Fight Date: 30 November 2012

Results:

Flintoff WINS his first pro boxing bout as former England captain beats heavyweight Dawson on points.

Andrew Flintoff entered the ring a former England cricketer but left a heavyweight boxer after overcoming a second-round knockdown to beat American Richard Dawson on his professional debut.

Flintoff’s American challenger was handpicked by mentor Barry McGuigan to give him a stem test in his first ever heavyweight bout.Dawson, 20 has fought just twice but is unbeaten and will weigh in around 10kg more than the new slim line Fred. But he  added, When you’re in the ring, I don’t think there’s any more incentive you need to knock people out or to punch people. He ‘ll be coming over here to win which i fully appreciate as a sportsman. But I’ll be doing the same.

However he does not appear to have any fight experience and even though we know he has been training with some of the best in the business, that is not the same as being in a prize fight taking punches.We think this is a good opportunity to give Richard some experience and exposure. Richad has been in training we just didn’t have his next fight lined up. This fits in well with what we want to do. We respect him (Flintoff). We don’t fear him but we do respect him.

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