Conor Benn beats Adrian Granados by unanimous decision as the son of former two-division world champion Nigel maintains his unbeaten record
- The fight took place at Headingley Stadium in Leeds on Saturday, September 4
- Benn and Granados fought on the Josh Warrington v Mauricio Lara II undercard
- Going into the bout ‘the Destroyer’ had an unblemished 18-0 record, with 12 KOs
Conor Benn maintained his unbeaten record with an impressive victory by unanimous decision against American Adrian Granados in Leeds on Saturday night.
Benn, 24, the son of former two-division world champion Nigel, was fighting on the undercard of Josh Warrington v Mauricio Lara II at Headingley.
He told Matchroom Boxing chief Eddie Hearn: ‘Eddie, I need to headline here mate. You need to make that happen’ – before Hearn promised Benn that he would be back in December.
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Conor Benn maintained his impressive unbeaten record with a win against Adrian Granados
The son of former two-division world champion Nigel beat American Granados on Saturday
Benn, 24, took the applause of a lively Headingley crowd in Leeds after winning to go 19-0
Benn won the fight by unanimous decision, and was ahead on every single judge’s scorecard
He urged Matchroom Boxing chief Eddie Hearn (above) to let him headline an event next time
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