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Sanjeev Singh Sahota maintains his unbeaten record to make it four out of four

Published: 8 Oct 2016

Sahota remains unbeaten after four thrilling rounds.

"I've got a lot more work to do. I always respect my opponents. I want to thank all the crowd who came out to support me." These are the words Sahota said to BoxNation when he retained his unbeaten run.

Taking on Fonz Alexander at Harrow Leisure Centre, Sahota came out to a massive reception.

His fans, in their hundreds, made noise for their star man as he prepared to defend his unbeaten record.

Supporters who were in attendance and those who were watching on BoxNation were not disappointed.

Round one saw Sahota go down for the first time in his career due to some big shots from Alexander.

He got back up to his feet however and kept going, on unsteady legs, but there was no way he was giving up.

Receiving encouragement from the crowd, Sahota fired multiple shots to respond in the second round.

"I've got a lot more work to do. I always respect my opponents. I want to thank all the crowd who came out to support me."

Into the third round, Sahota carried on with his shots to the body, all of which followed with a powerful right hook.

The fourth round saw Sahota finish what he started with some strong shots. It was obvious he wasn't going to let go of his unbeaten run so easily.

The final decision of the judges saw Sahota come back from the first round blow to win 38-37.

He told BoxNation: "That was a hard fight, it was tough. I've got to get back to the gym and do more work. I'm still learning."

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