PFL amateur Biaggio Ali Walsh (4-1) delivered yet another stunning victory at Madison Square Garden last week as he secured a dominant fourth consecutive knockout.
Ali Walsh however according to a post fight interview with the Mirror however didn’t take the time to gloat. Instead, the grandson of boxing icon Muhammad Ali said that fight was not his best performance in the cage despite winning handily.
“I am a little upset but maybe that shows that I care,” he said.
“I don’t know, I want to get better and better and better, there’s no such thing as a perfect performance but I definitely think I can do better than I did tonight. God works in mysterious ways, this has to have happened in order for me to learn something and I definitely learned something tonight.”
Ali Walsh was dissatisfied with his performance against opponent Ed Davis since it was his first time being taken beyond the first round under the PFL.
Despite facing significant media attention from outlets like ESPN and DAZN, he had challenges early in the match. Davis, proving to be a tougher opponent, resisted Walsh’s renowned power in the initial round. The match saw a controversial moment in the second round when Walsh’s three-punch combo seemed to down Davis.
However, Davis argued he was rising when counted out. New York’s amateur rules, which are stringent due to the sport’s novelty in the state, might have contributed to the early stoppage.
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