Calgary, Canada’s Janks Trotter scores a huge KO on ESPN!
By Ace Freeman (08-Jul-2011)
Janks Trotter KO 2 Arturo Crespin
Undefeated Canadian junior middleweight Janks Trotter of Calgary, Canada scored a stunning and impressive second round knockout of Arturo Crespin on the televised portion of ESPN2′s “Friday Night Fights” earlier this evening at the US Airway Centre in Phoenix, Arizona. Trotter dropped his man in the first round and then landed a telling right hand bomb that Crespin walked into. The force of the blow sent him down face first on the mat where he laid for several minutes. With the win Trotter improves to 5-0-1 (5 KOs). Check out video of the big knockout on Youtube.
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