Demetrius Andrade beats Walter Kautondokwa, wants Canelo!
Middleweight Demetrius Andrade is now a three-time world champion and after tonight is now a two-division world champion after his annihilation of Walter Kautondokwa in the main event of DAZN’s second major U.S. card taking place at the TD Garden in Boston, Mass.
Andrade knocked down Kautondokwa in the first round as Kautondokwa appeared very novice making a lot of mistakes with a tomahawk like jab and his hands going far too low when trying to catch a punch.
The second round was target practice as Kautondokwa was telegraphing punches right and left as Andrade pitched a near shutout. The third saw Andrade send Kautondokwa to the canvas again with a highlight reel KO, but somehow Kautondokwa got up.
Andrade dropped Kautondokwa twice in the fourth round the second one being so dramatic, referee Steve Willis told Kautondokwa, if he went down again, the fight was off.
The story became less about Andrade’s success and domination, but more so Kautondokwa’s ability to take punches.
As Andrade cruised to a wide decision win to claim his third world title, but the amount of punishment his opponent took was nearly ungodly.
The big question is what is next for Andrade?