Ex-UFC Fighter Alan Belcher TKO’s Opponent In Controversial Win At Misfits Boxing 8

"The Talent" secured an awkward TKO win over a social media personality.

Alan Belcher Stops Chase Demoor
Alan Belcher Stops Chase Demoor - Image credit @MF_DAZNXSeries Twitter
  • Alan Belcher won a boxing match against a social media personality in a weird and controversial way
  • “The Talent” has gone undefeated in his bare-knuckle boxing career

Former UFC middleweight contender Alan Belcher only knew who his opponent was late last week but he still managed to stop TV and social media personality Chase Demoor during their showdown at the recent Misfits Boxing 8. Belcher finished Demoor via TKO but some believe it was a bit confusing.

It was hard to tell what really happened

In Round 3, Belcher rocked Demoor with some power shots and was eager to go for the finish. Upon noticing that Demoor was seemingly moving awkwardly, the referee in charge yelled, “Stop!” but Belcher seemed to have not heard it right away and continued hitting his opponent, landing a hard right on the face of Demoor before breaking away.

Demoor then walked slowly to his corner and evidently hurt. His cornerman then began arguing with the ref, who abruptly decided to wave his hands off, signaling Demoor can no longer continue to fight.

Check out the clip below:

Weird but official

Indeed, Belcher’s win wasn’t how everybody expected it to play out. Nevertheless, “The Talent” still won the fight and was declared the winner via TKO.

Belcher risked his health in agreeing to take on Demoor at Misfits Boxing 8 as he is currently the BKFC heavyweight champion. As a bare-knuckle boxer, Belcher is unbeaten with an impressive 4-0 record. His latest win came at BKFC 36 after knocking out Arnold Adams. He last fought at UFC 159 where he lost to Michael Bisping via decision.

Published on July 23, 2023 at 11:47 am
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