Demetrius Andrade: Future World Champion
By Peter Wells: Some people may not know who I’m talking about, but Andrade is a very good and young talent with a bright future. If you disagree then that’s fine, I’ve watched a couple of his fights and I’ve been very impressed. The southpaw Light Middleweight started off with an amazing 2nd round stoppage of Patrick Cape. Andrade showed us all his huge power in his left hand, going in strong flooring Cape in round 1 with a stinging body shot, then early in the first scored a fantastic knockout, with a right followed by a outstanding left hand, which sent Cape to the other side of the ring. Next up he was took the distance by Eric Marriott, before sparking out Tom Joseph in a single round, then ko’d unbeaten Romero before out pointing Tony Hirsh and knocking out Chad Greenleaf and then John Williams, before winning a six round points verdict over Chris Chatman.
So far he has showed great speed and power in his left hand especially. His best performance to date had to be his 6th round stoppage of John Williams. He showed great speed and chin, while dodging shots like a bigger version of Floyd Mayweather, and once again showed his great power, and his foot work was impeccable. He looks a great part for the division and his last fight against Chatman was another outstanding display. Andrade controlled the fight and looked great shaking Chatman many times, before taking an easy decision.
So that sums up his career so far, but he is back on 15th January for an 8 rounder in Texas, so if you don’t know who he is just check him out for yourself on you tube, and you’ll see what I mean. Thanks for reading, and as I said, watch out for him.
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