Le’Veon Bell lost in his professional boxing debut to Uriah Hall

The former NFL running back was outpointed by a one-sided unanimous decision in his fight against the former UFC star

Professional boxing debut of former NFL star running back, Le’Veon BellIt didn’t get the result I expected.

This Saturday night during the pre-fight card between Jake Paul and Anderson Silva at the Gila River Arena in Glendale, Arizona, Le’Veon Bell lost by major decision against former UFC star, Uriah Hall.

But the four-round cruiserweight fight seemed tight at times Uriah Hall he was clearly doing more damage with his jabs and even punches Le’Veon Bell in the last seconds.

The greatest hits Uriah Hall caused damage to the left eye Le’Veon Bellwho ended up on fire after four rounds of exchanges.

In the end, the judges gave identical cards 40-36 in favor Uriah Hallwho also made his professional boxing debut.

Le’Veon Bell has come a long way to pay-per-view boxing after making some previous appearances, including a knockout victory over fellow former runner Adrian Peterson last month at the Banc of California in Los Angeles, as part of a card called “Social Gloves: No More Talk.”

On that occasion, Le’Veon Bell hit Peterson’s chin in the fifth round sending him to the canvas, Peterson stumbled to his feet and the referee decided to stop the fight.

However, he was not so lucky now against a fighter with more experience in martial arts.

Uriah Hall he retired last August after a mixed martial arts career in which he posted a 17-11 record that included knockout victories over former champions Chris Weidman and Anderson Silva.

In the previous bout, former martial artist Chris Avila defeated debutant Mikhail Varshavski, known as Doctor Mike, by unanimous decision in a cruiserweight bout.

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