A boxer was left vomiting on his knees from a stomach-churning first-round KO.
Marquez Greer suffered the most sickening of his 15 straight defeats – against debutant Marquis “Hancho” Williams, The Sun reports.
The crowd in Gadsden, Alabama, winced at the speed and pain of Greer’s latest demise.
The 26-year-old has lost all his 15 bouts – 14 by knockout, including 13 in the opening round.
Watch Boxing Live & On-Demand on Kayo. Selected international fights, classic bouts and more. New to Kayo? Start your free trial now >
And Williams clearly had that on his mind with an ominous start to their middleweight contest.
He soon rattled Greer with a one-two to the head before downing him with a right-hander to the solar plexus.
Amazingly, his hapless opponent got to his knees quite quickly but appeared to vomit at least twice.
A stunned commentator said: “It looks like he’s throwing up. You’re talking about a serious case of indigestion.”
Unified boxing rules state a fighter wins by a medical TKO if their rival starts vomiting.
That gave Williams the perfect start to his pro career after being ranked No 2 in Texas.
As for Greer, his 15 bouts have totalled just 19 rounds, six years since the Tennessee man made his pro debut.
But fight fans on social media were shocked by the finale of his Sunday night cameo.
One said: “That’s probably the sign to call it quits.”
And a less sympathetic comment was: “Oh man, love it when boxing is unusual.”
This article originally appeared on The Sun and was reproduced with permission.
Story Credit: news.com.au