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2017 has been a total success for Conor Benn so far. ‘The Destroyer’ has fought four times and is about to step into the ring for the fifth time this year in December on the Bellew-Haye 2 undercard.

Benn has stopped every opponent this year and made an impactful US debut this month at the Nassau Coliseum in Long Island, New York.

— Conor Nigel Benn (@ConorNigel) November 15, 2017

It’s not easy to be a son of a British boxing legend, but his father Nigel Benn believes Conor will achieve far greater things than he ever did during his prime. 

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