Young Queensland kickboxer Junior Tafa has continued his run of form, easily accounting for American Haze Wilson with a first-round TKO victory today at Glory 58 in Chicago.
Main-eventing the Superfight Series portion of the card, Tafa looked confident as he unloaded on Wilson with a barrage of punches and well-timed knees.
With signs that he is continually improving with each fight under the Glory Kickboxing banner, Tafa was able to exhibit his impressive power, while maintaining a level of composure often only seen in fighters with many more years experience.
A clean left hand from Tafa midway through the first round was all it took to send Wilson straight to the canvas. Still dazed after being stood up, Wilson was unable to answer the referee’s call clearly and the bout was stopped and awarded to Tafa.
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Speaking in his post-fight interview, Tafa was clear that he now considered himself a top five Heavyweight and would relish an opportunity to rematch Brazillian Guto Inocente whom he fought at Glory 50, losing via a unanimous points decision.
“We got unfinished business. That Brazillian, I’m coming for you”.
As a former pro/am Muaythai fighter, current trainer and fresh BJJ White Belt my life revolves around all things concerning the ‘hurt business’. If it involves punches, kicks, knees and elbows than I’m interested! On the side I’m a self-confessed Melbourne Victory tragic and marketing professional by day.