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Saunders started bleeding during the fourth round due to a clash of heads. Both fighters landed shots and Saunders was the stronger fighter in the clinch but it was Monroe Jr who won the round.

The American landed a stiff left in the fifth but Saunders found his composure and beat Monroe Jr to the punch with his jab. Saunders also caused trouble with a flurry punches against the ropes.

Monroe Jr continued scoring points with his quick jab but Saunders was still in control in the sixth. ‘Mongoose’ landed more good shots in the seventh and managed to avoid some of Saunders’ power shots. However, Billy Joe was still doing the better work. 

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