Houston-based 23-year old Middleweight prospect Austin Williams dominates Donald Sanchez in four rounds to earn fourth stoppage on DAZN
After about 50 seconds Austin “Ammo” Williams (4-0, 3 KOs) went to work with his heavier artillery. He patiently attacked Donald Sanchez (5-2, 3 KOs) with feints and a sharp right jab often disguised by his upper body movement. He rocked Sanchez with a left hook and a straight left hand, along with a right hook to the body.
Williams remained aggressive into the second round, as he pressured Sanchez with movement and proximity. He dropped Sanchez with a single overhand left hand set up by motion that hinted that a right hand was coming.
Sanchez’ durability was on display into round three where Williams continued to fire away with minimal retaliation. Sanchez appeared to struggle with a mixture of punishment, fatigue and constant mental pressure. Williams dropped Sanchez in the first 60 seconds of round four – with a well-timed right hand.
Sanchez continued on despite looking incapable of holding off the younger fighter. Williams went to work with his full arsenal, looking to avoid repetitive or reckless attacks on the faded Sanchez. Following a sweeping left hook that drove Sanchez to the canvas for the third time – with the Albuquerque resident backed into a corner again – referee Telis Assimenios immediately stopped the fight at 2:51. The loss was Sanchez’ first by stoppage.
Williams moved to 5-0 with the stoppage, and kicks off his 2020 campaign with a dominant outing where he displayed a variety of impressive skills.
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