Blair Cobbs TKO6 Robert Redmon Jr.... On the DAZN undercard in Indio, CA, welterweight Blair "The Flair" Cobbs (11-0-1, 7 KOs) defeated Robert Redmon Jr. (7-2-2, 6 KOs) by thechnical knockout when Redmon's corner threw in the towel midway through round six. In round two, Cobb's floored Redmon with a right hook to the head in a heated exchange. Redmon survived and followed with a solid round four but got hurt again in round five by a staggering left hook. In round six, Redmon's corner had seen enough and threw in the towel. Redmon's eye was severely swollen.
"Tonight, I showed a lot of patience and maturity by staying in control when I had Redmon hurt in two," said Blair Cobbs. "I took my time, broke him down, and got him out of there in round six. I know I have the talent to beat anyone in the world at 147 pounds. I'm 29-years old and there is no time to wait, I want all the top contenders in the welterweight division.'
"With another dominating performance, Blair Cobbs once again showed why he should be mentioned amongst the top welterweight prospects in the world," stated manager Greg Hannnely. "I want to keep Cobbs busy with step up fights and march him up the rankings. A world title shot is right around the corner. source: prince ranch managememtn press release