“This is what happens what I can do when I get it right.” Ohara Davies happy with his performance on Saturday night.

Ohara Davies put in a powerful performance to land the English Lightweight title in style on the undercard of Martin-Joshua at the O2 Arena in London on Saturday night.

The Londoner dropped Andy Keates in the opening round and battered the Leek man over the next three rounds before delivering a brutal body shot that ended proceedings in the fourth round.

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“I’ve worked hard in the gym and did everything write in the build-up so this is what happens what I can do when I get it right,” said Davies.

“I am ready for the British title, I’d love to fight Scotty Cardle or defend my English again Sean Dodd.”

OHARA DAVIES KNOCKS OUT ANDY KEATES INSIDE FOUR ROUNDS (W/ JAMES ARGENT, CHARLIE SIMS & CONOR BENN)

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