Alcocks’ fight started at a slow pace because retained the action at the ring’s exact middle and recognized his jab. At the 2nd round, Jr. was more aggressive rounding up his jab and landing a range finder of a perfect hand.

At the bell to get rid of around two, Jr. landed a sweeping left hook on the head of Alcocks. Referee Al Coley ruled it a slide, although alcocks slipped stumbled, and touched on his glove on the canvas.

Round three saw both fighters be more aggressive and open up. Jr. mixed up his attack and also pressed the actions landing his jab efficiently to the head and body of Alcocks. Jr. also started throwing and landing his own right hand . Alcocks pressed forwards pawing and projecting hard right hands and with ten minutes left at the round, Alcocks and also Jr. stood toe to toe exchanging yells when Alcocks landed a right-hand on Jr. chin causing a flash knock down to terminate the round. The crowd was in a frenzy and also the actions in the fight simply got started.

The flash knock down made Jr. more aggressive. Jr. commanded the fight aggressively jabbing, landing on a ideal hand, moving, and also forcing Alcocks into the guts of the ring. Alcocks pressed forward but was just able to periodically land a perfect hand and stiff left jab, which proceeded the young Jr.. Jr. seemed to have the advantage in rounds five, four, sixseven.

In around eight, both fighters came out smoking with punches. Jr. landed some huge right hands first, but Alcocks maintained fighting back. The warriors stood toe to toe and had a exchange. Alcocks moved back towards Jr and the ropes , apparently in hands, and stalked along with his hand held non. Alcocks unloaded a ideal hand which captured Jr. flush to the chin and then fell Jr. directly on his rear. Jr. was right down to the next time in the fight and looked like he wasn’t going to finish. The young warrior took some shaky standing eight and picked himself up. Jr. stood and fought moving back to the center of the ring and out of harm’so Alcocks pressed to end the fight in dramatic fashion. The bell sounded and Jr. revealed the poise of an old, crafty vet since he found a solution to survive the final onslaught out of a match Alcocks to acquire against the WBF Gold Welterweight title and retain the WBF Silver title by unanimous decision with scores of 77-74, 76-74, 77-74.