Andre (17-0) knocks out Esteban Camou (23-5) by TKO in the 3rd round. This was Andre’s first fight following his knee surgery this past summer. It was a win made in convincing fashion; Andre landed 78 punches – Esteban only 12. The last 7 fights taken by Andre in TKO fashion!
Boxing can be pretty when your guy is in the groove, as is Andre. Fellow Olympian (2000 Olympics, Domican team) was no match for Andre’s power. The Cayman Islands were scene to yet another TKO by Andre Ward, his 6th in a row and 11th overall – raising his record to a sterling undefeated 16-0. This time it came in the 8th round quickly dropping Ravelo face down to the canvas. He never recovered and the fight was stopped. The win clinched the NABO title for Andre (North American Boxing Organization). Stay posted for upcoming fights!
Tonight Andre Ward dominated his very formidable opponent Rubin “Mr. Hollywood” Williams at Fight Night at the Tank in San Jose California. Rubin came into the fight with a record of 29-3 and left the fight 29-4. The late fight didn’t start until 10:40pm – crazy! A raucous crowd sensing another defeat, this time over a very formidable opponent was loudly cheering by the 4th round when Andre delivered a stiff uppercut. The fight was stopped in the 7th round so the referee could have the doctor check out out Rubin’s cut. At this point it was decided Andre was the winner – taking his sparkling record to 15-0!
Andre Ward defeats previously undefeated Roger Cantrell by TKO in round 5 of 10 at the Beausejour Cricket Ground in Saint Lucia. Ward took down Cantrell with a violent series of punches in round 5 and the fight was called a TKO with Andre earning his 14th straight win. Heck of a way to start a pro career so far eh?!
One day after Friday the 13th, Andre goes 13-0 against previously 16-1 Francisco Diaz. Only 3 rounds went by before Andre stopped Francisco with a devastating blow at the Home Depot Center in Carson, CA to record his 8th knockout.