A four-year absence from the sport didn’t stop Joe Fournier from quickly dabbling in Reikon’s reggaeton in his first fight on the main map of the Triller Fight Club map on Saturday night.
The billionaire businessman was aggressive from the start of the fight against a clearly superior opponent in Reikon who could only keep his hands up in an attempt to avoid the coming blows. A couple of knockdowns in the second round shocked Reikon, and when he was unable to get to the start of the third round, the fight was stopped and Fournier won by TKO.
After that, Fournier fulfilled his promise before the fight to cause a fight against Jake Paul, who is participating in the main event on the same map.
“It just came out naturally,” Fournier said of the finish. “To be honest, it took me four or five rounds to get my legs back. Everybody knows, next time I would love Jake Paul. “
At the beginning of the game there was little activity, Fournier delivered most of the punches, while Reikon played in defense. Fournier wasn’t particularly active, but he was definitely throwing more punches while Reikon just kept his arms high.
As round two began, Fournier began digging into the body, and Reikon still had little to offer in return. While Fournier was still moving forward, he removed the huge left hook that hit Reikon’s chin and threw him onto the canvas.
While he was able to get to his feet, Raikon was simply trying to avoid more damage, while Fournier was on the attack, looking for the finish line.
Fournier earned a second knockdown after a combination of left and right, which put Reikon on a wobbly foot before eventually just dropping to his knees as the referee counted to eight before he could get up again.
Round two came to an end, but Reikon was apparently still injured and exhausted from the one-sided fight. Unable to rise to the third round, Reikon was counted out and the fight was stopped when Fournier posted a 9-0 result in his fighting career.