Boxing News 2022: Justice Honey vs. Joseph Goodall | Results | Video

Justice Honey’s victory was expected and “beautiful work”, according to boxing legend Jeff Fench, the Australian blew up his work.

Rising boxing sensation fellow Queenslander Joseph Goodall, who is six years older, won the IBF Pan Pacific, WBO Oriental and WBC Australian heavyweight titles in Brisbane on Wednesday night.

In a fight in which blood flowed from Huni’s left eye and Goodall’s left eye almost closed, Huni won by a unanimous-point decision, with the judges voting 100-90, 98-92 and 98-93.

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Honey is now in the top 15 out of three of the four boxing sanctioning bodies and is one step closer to the world-title shot she aspires to.

The 23-year-old combined an attack of body shots with his right hook barrage and occasional left hook as he defeated his opponent.

“An outstanding creature from Joseph Goodall and one of Justice Honey’s true world-class heavyweights, an outstanding heavyweight fight set for something very special,” said Ben Damon, chief event caller.

Boxing icon Barry described Michael Hooney’s performance as “a masterclass”.

“It was a great performance from Justice Honey.”

Goodall’s extreme resilience was demonstrated as the 29-year-old relentlessly shook and endured violent action in a pay-per-view fight.

Although Honey dominated the bout, the fight was apt to go a long way because of Goodall’s admirable resilience.

“The main event was a terrible heavyweight fight,” Michael said.

“You don’t often see great heavyweight fights. It was a rapper.”

After the bout, Honey applauded Goodall.

“We knew Joe was going to be tough. He always did, even in our Spurs, so we just had to prepare for it,” Honey said.

“It worked well for us.”

He said it seemed surreal to move closer to a fight on the world stage.

“It’s incredible. You do all the training and everything and you think, ‘When will the date come?'” Honey said.

“We’re continuing to plug in and it’s getting closer. So, I’ll continue to plug in and keep working hard, and the rewards are coming.”

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