Originally Posted by stake501
As much as I dont like Fraudley...it was one of the luckiest punches I have seen.
he was taking a pasting, put his head down, shut his eyes, swung and connected right on the button....BANG.....Lights out
Good on sprott, he probably deserved some luck after toiling away in Europe and Britain
Harrison had really seemed to slow down, Sprott was winning that 3rd round anyway...it was a definitely hail mary shot, you're right, but it was also poor technique from Harrison to leave himself open like that. Reminded me a bit of some of Grant's KDs vs Guinn, more to do with his hands being absolutely nowhere and getting countered.