VIDEO: Kaligraph Jonnes Beat Erick Omondi In Their Boxing Match
By Cheryl-updates | self meida writer
Published 5 days ago - 22627 views
Boxing is a complex sport with a simple premise: Beat the other man up and either hit him more effectively to win on a point system or hit him so hard or so much that he can't continue to fight.This is the simple premise. Boxing beyond the premise is very complicated and filled with conflicts that define what it means to be a boxer.
Money is an example of a complicated issue within boxing. On one hand, we don't want boxers to starve and go broke despite bringing so much to the sport right😅, Kaligragh Jonnes vs Erick Omondi's boxing match was sponsored by different companies. The two planned the fight after their online blows on who is more built than the other. This is after Eric gained 26kg. And from the video, you can see how Erick was totally beaten.
Kaligragh posted the video on his Instagram page with the following caption;
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