Unstoppable Force: Moses Itauma Unleashes Pro Boxing Brilliance in 20-Second KO

Background on Moses Itauma

Moses Itauma, an 18-year-old heavyweight boxer from Britain, has made a strong impression on the boxing world with his debut pro win. The southpaw fighter made short work of Marcel Bode, knocking him out in just 20 seconds with a three-punch combination. This quick and decisive victory has fueled the already high expectations surrounding Moses Itauma, who has been talked up since turning pro with Frank Warren’s Queensberry.

Moses Itauma’s amateur achievements

Before his pro debut, Moses Itauma had already won European and World honors as an amateur, and had been sparring with some of the best fighters in the country for years. The young fighter has set himself a high bar, with the goal of breaking Mike Tyson’s record for the youngest world heavyweight champion in history. To achieve this, he’ll have to win a belt by 2025, at the age of 20.

Comparison with Tyson Fury

Tyson Fury, the current WBC heavyweight champion, was in attendance for Moses Itauma’s debut. The young fighter’s quick win was a stark contrast to Tyson’s own pro debut, which took 1 minute and 47 seconds to dispatch of Hector Mercedes. To surpass Tyson’s record, Itauma will need to stay active, as Tyson boxed an impressive 18 times in his first year as a pro.

Next fight and plans for the future

Despite the pressure to achieve his goal, Moses Itauma remains focused and determined. Speaking to The Mirror, he said: “Youngest ever world heavyweight champion is in my mid-term goals but it is something that I can believe I can achieve before 2025. I am in the right place because Frank Warren has all the other big heavyweights at the moment so I think I have a bright future.”

Potential to Make History

Moses Itauma’s next fight is scheduled for March 25 in Telford, and he is set to have eight fights this year. His quick and impressive debut win has set the bar high, and boxing fans are eager to see what he can achieve in the future. With the right training and preparation, Moses Itauma could very well make history as the youngest ever world heavyweight champion, following in the footsteps of his hero, Mike Tyson.

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