KO punch

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Noun1.KO punch - a hard punch that renders the opponent unable to continue boxingKO punch - a hard punch that renders the opponent unable to continue boxing
biff, punch, lick, clout, poke, slug - (boxing) a blow with the fist; "I gave him a clout on his nose"
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Bombarding Phoenix Pulse with a barrage of treys to seize control early then hanging tough in the windup, the Beermen delivered the KO punch on the Fuel Masters, 105-94, to win their semifinal series, 4-1, and advance to a franchise record fifth consecutive championship appearance last night at Cuneta Astrodome.
It felt like a big KO punch. It was hard to believe.
He lacks a real "dig", he lacks the equaliser of a KO punch. Sean does not have the concussive power to grasp victory from the jaws of defeat.
Lee wrote: "Finally today we hit the KO punch for the all-clear."
Headlining the card is lightheavyweight McDermott, who impressed everyone at BAMMA 17 last year with a KO punch that on Oli Thompson that was enough to earn his shot at the belt.
Ward got the final word, though, saying in a post-fight interview that he thought his opponent "was trying to hit the lottery and get lucky'' by dragging the fight into the gutter and hoping to land a lucky KO punch.
I had missed the KO punch in the video game and, instead, had knocked myself out of the ring in the real world--game over.
Any suggestion Holyfield's physical skills have been dealt a KO punch by time are dismissed out of hand.
Alex McLeish sent on Peter Lovenkrands for Alex Rae at half time as Rangers went seeking the one-two ko punch and the Dane had a shot deflected within 60 seconds.
There are brothers to high-class Igotrhythm and KO Punch, by Dixieland Band, and Two Punch respectively.
Adrien Broner only hoped to land lucky KO punch ndash Buboy Fernandez !-- -- Dino Maragay (The Philippine Star) - January 24, 2019 - 12:00am LOS ANGELES ndash There is a reason Adrien Broner threw only a few punches in his bid to dethrone Manny Pacquiao.