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The fight started with both fighters stalking each other but eventually it was Saunders who landed the first big left after a stiff body jab. Monroe Jr couldn’t catch Saunders and the defending champion hit the American with a strong left again.

The feeling out process continued in the second round. Monroe Jr started landing more shots with his jab. The confident Saunders fired back with shots of his own. A close round by any standards.

Monroe Jr found more luck with his good jab and a few body shots. But Saunders countered with a multiple shots to the head and body and finished the round strong. 

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