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A sickening knockout that I thought twice about including here, such is my robust affection for ‘Jimmy Mac.’  Personal friendships not withstanding, this brutal truncation of McDonnell’s ring aspirations in his first outing since a gallant stand against the great Azumah Nelson was as conclusive as any one punch denouement.

A somewhat rusty McDonnell appeared to be warming to his task when the visibly larger Louisianan missed with a chopping right hand before finding the target with a savage left hook that left the likeable North Londoner face down and motionless beneath the bottom rope, his head resting on the ring apron.

Jimmy would have one last hurrah, 8 years down the line in the unlikely setting of Slovakia, but his distinguished career effectively ended on this autumnal night at the Royal Albert Hall.

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