Ogilvie destroys Suriyo in six, warns Kambosos of similar fate

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]WORLD rated lightweight Brandon Ogilvie was at his clinical best, becoming the first fighter to stop Amphon Suriyo in Bunbury, Western Australia last weekend.

The WBA #11 rated lightweight was in brutal form, punishing the body of the credible Thai import at the Eaton Recreation Centre, folding his opponent in six rounds. After his impressive victory, Ogilvie (now 17-1-1, 9 KOs) wasted no time in putting undefeated lightweight George Kambosos on notice, warning that their December fight won’t go the distance.

“I’m putting everything together at the right time” stated Ogilvie. “My combinations and power will be too much for Kambosos, I’ll stop him early.”

Ogilvie dropped Suriyo (now 18-2, 14 KOs) twice in the sixth round with impressive combinations to the head and body before the referee stopped the contest. Suriyo’s only prior loss heading into the ten-round regional title fight against Ogilvie was a competitive twelve-round decision loss to former two-division world champion Billy Dib in June.

Brad Ogilvie, Brandon’s trainer and father, was pleased with his son’s performance; “Brandon stuck to the game plan and broke down Suriyo then finished him in impressive fashon, now we will focus on Kambosos.”

Ogilvie’s impressive victory excited his manager Brendan Bourke, who has seen rapid improvement in his 22-year-old prospect.

“I’m very impressed with Brandon, he’s getting better and better with every fight,” he concluded. “I would like to thank Peter Stokes for putting the show on and Oliver from Whack Promotions for the support.”

“We are now looking forward to seeing Brandon solidify his place as Australia’s number one lightweight against George Kambosos.”