Muhsin Cason Remains Undefeated After Early Night In Philadelphia

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Cruiserweight Muhsin “The Muslim Boxer” Cason  improved to 12-0 (9 KOs) following a first-round knockout over late replacement Lamont Capers (11-22-5, 2 KOs). The scheduled six-round bout, promoted by Teflon Promotions, took place at the Liacouras Center in Philadelphia, PA, last Saturday.

Cason scored with two vicious overhand rights, the first one landed flush on the face of Capers, sending him to the canvas in the early part of the round. The second one, identical to the first powerful overhand right, sent Capers to the deck for good, ending the bout.

“I landed two really hard overhand rights that landed perfectly,” said Cason, who is advised by Amer Abdallah. “First one knocked him down, second one finished the job. It was all over in the blink of an eye. I wish Capers well in his career and I’m thankful that he stepped in the ring with me on late notice.

“The cruiserweight division is wide open and I’m hoping by the end of the year I’ll be in a position to fight for a regional title,” Cason concluded. “Next year I have a vision to be crowned world champion, God willing.”

Abdallah added: “Muhsin Cason continues to show tremendous growth in his progression as a true cruiserweight. The plan is to get him right back under the lights as soon as possible and keep him busy. Each fight, he shows more experience, precision and overall ring generalship. I’m excited for what’s next.”

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