Boxer Sunny Edwards Obliterates Online Troll Who Traveled 200 Miles To Fight

Sunny Edwards just destroyed an online troll who traveled 200 miles to fight him.

Sunny Edwards Obliterates Online Troll
Sunny Edwards Obliterates Online Troll - Image via @MichaelBensonn Twitter

Sunny Edwards showed no mercy to an online troll who traveled over 200 miles to fight him.

Sunny Edwards Destroys Online Troll

In a sport filled with headlines dominated by Jake Paul, Sunny Edwards is stealing some spotlight with a very interesting recent story.

Edwards, the current IBF flyweight titleholder, exchanged words with an online troll by the name of Fab Tanga.

Tanga ended up paying £110 ($132) for a train from London, traveling over 200 miles to test himself inside the ring against Edwards.

The video of their sparring session currently has over 700,000 views. Tanga ended up getting finished in the second round of sparring.

For the majority of the contest, Edwards was toying with Tanga, who eventually retired due to exhaustion.

Check out the sparring session here:

However, Tanga seems to take issue with the uploader, Michael Benson, for uploading the video and receiving so many views.

He seems to indicate that Benson owes him some sort of monetary compensation for the upload. 

Despite their past issues, both Tanga and Edwards seem to be on much better terms now. They took a picture together, with Tanga captioning it with the following:

Be there and try to hit the fastest man in the world , thank you @SunnyEdwards I know you was able to hurt me more, but the god give me the strength at least to stand infront of a REAL CHAMPION, in and out of the sport, you are an EXAMPLE FOR ALL THE WORLD @SunnyEdwards he is FAST”

In another Tweet, Tanga suggested that he has headaches after sparring with Edwards.

Published on July 25, 2022 at 1:31 pm
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