Nov 4, 2012; Atlanta, GA, USA; Atlanta Falcons defensive end Ray Edwards (93) salutes the crowd before the game against the Dallas Cowboys at the Georgia Dome. The Falcons defeated the Cowboys 19-13. Mandatory Credit: Josh D. Weiss-USA TODAY Sports

Watch Ray Edwards KO His Boxing Opponent With a Seeming Phantom Punch


I’m no boxing expert but this sure looks like a flop to me. See what you think. It should be obvious which of the two boxers is Ray Edwards. He’s the guy standing at the end. The other guy takes an apparent uppercut around the 12-second mark. Except it doesn’t look like the punch even connects. In fact it doesn’t even look close. It looks like some pro wrestling nonsense.



Edwards got credit for the win despite the dubious punch, pushing his career record to 3-0. Wow, undefeated. Edwards is a veritable Mike Tyson. Has he bought himself a tiger yet?

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  • David Thayer

    so hes fighting old geezers? such fierce competition.

  • Robert

    Too bad the camera angle at the time of the alleged contact was completely blocked. It looks like there was a jab thrown that the camera angle didnt pick up, but a jab shouldn’t knock out a serious opponent. I don’t understand how Edward’s opponent could possibly be in the same weight class.