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JOY FOR JAZZA

Dickens wins battle of southpaws in Commonwealth title eliminator, writes Gary Shaw from ringside
SPECTACULAR: Dickens leaves Ramadhan on the canvas
Photo: MTK GLOBAL

POPULAR local Jazza Dickens scored his fourth stoppage win in a row since losing the British super-bantamweight belt almost two years ago by halting Tanzania’s Nasibu Ramadhan in the fifth of a scheduled 10 at the Liverpool Olympia (MTK). Now operating at featherweight, Jazza entered the ring to rapturous support from his fans and they witnessed an engaging and intriguing bout while it lasted – an eliminator for the Commonwealth title currently held by Leigh Wood. Dickens jabbed and probed his way through a quiet opener as both southpaws assessed each other.

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