Found August 18, 2013 on The Queensbury Rules:
  Stephen Smith snuffed out Gary Buckland with a grisly right uppercut on the Nathan Cleverly-Sergey Kovalev undercard in Cardiff. Smith, a rank outsider, lured his forward-pressing foe into a corner in round five before dipping his right shoulder like a centre forward moving on his marker and delivering a fight-ending hammer blow inside of Buckland’s left jab. Unconscious on impact, the British junior lightweight champion careered forward onto his face ala Manny Pacquiao versus Juan Manuel Marquez, and for a few troubling minutes he was left prostrate where he’d landed as Smith cut short his celebrations, sank to his knees and prayed. Thankfully, after being administered oxygen, Buckland regained his feet and left the ring under his own steam.    It was a stunning finish -- a knockout of the year candidate and one that beckoned “Swifty” in from the cold after a period left wandering the wilds following his own devastating kayo loss to Buckland’s stablemate, Lee S...

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