Conor Benn secures a comprehensive win against Peter Dobson

Conor Benn remains undefeated, looks forward to fighting again in April.

by Aryan Lakhani
Conor Benn secures a comprehensive win against Peter Dobson
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Conor Benn successfully extended his winning streak and still remains unbeaten after giving Peter Dobson his first-ever career defeat. After 12 rounds of action, the judges declared Conor Ben the winner by unanimous decision.

Conor Benn wants everyone to know that he’s one of the most dangerous fighters in the division; the only aim he has for the near future is to fight at home. Conor Benn is on a steady rise; he has a wide list of opponents to pick from; in the post-fight interview, he said that he wants to fight Mario Barrios for the WBC interim and is also open to fighting the winner of Errol Spence vs Terence Crawford.

He looks forward to making a return in April. Some fans and boxing experts weren’t satisfied with Conor Benn’s power in the fight. In their observation, Conor Benn seemed to be less explosive and failed to show his hard-hitting side.

Peter Dobson’s updated professional boxing record is now 14-1. There was a lot to learn from this fight, and it will be interesting to see how well he ends up making a comeback.

Conor Benn’s on the recent win

During a recent post-fight interview, Conor Benn reflected on his win and explained how he looks forward to fighting at home.

“You can always do better,” Benn said, as quoted by “I’ll go back and assess it. No doubt I’ll be disappointed with things that I’ve done, silly right hands I got caught with.

But overall this was about me getting back to where I was mentally. The dream is for me to fight at home, that’s the plan once all this is cleared up. I feel (his uncertain status) is still lingering, still in the back of my head. I want to get back to be able to fully focus on destroying people”.