KO punch

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Synonyms for KO punch

a hard punch that renders the opponent unable to continue boxing

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Then Bobby Zamora landed the KO punch, running clear from a touch-and-go offside situation, and outpacing Danny Gabbidon to clip the ball past the advancing Margetson.
But Calzaghe, landing with many more punches than Brewer, was ahead by the closing rounds and knew he'd have to withstand a desperate finish from an opponent looking for a KO punch.
Female boxer Jane Couch hopes today to land a KO punch on Britain's fight bosses in her bid to be granted a professional licence.
JT WITH KO PUNCH Skipper John Terry fires in the crucial third goal for Chelsea THE STADIUM OF BLUE LIGHT Drogba is first to acclaim Lampard's goal
It was jingle bells all the way for Ruud Gullit as Chelsea landed a KO punch straight out of the Prince Naseem handbook.
But this was a cleanly-fought contest with Rangers having that lethal KO punch.
More recently, Pernell Whitaker has shown it's possible to be a great champion without having a KO punch.
So great care must be taken when meting out the KO punch.
It was from that consequent scrum that Neath produced the telling KO punch, with Leigh Davies exploiting a gap to crash over for a superb try to put Neath 21-19 ahead.
But they end up getting on the wrong side of Watt, who plays himself, and in one hilarious scene, the former boxer flattens the pair with his trademark KO punch.
Bush vowed to get even, but with a hydra-headed enemy like al-Qaeda it has proved impossible to deliver the physical satisfaction of kicking someone's butt, landing that KO punch to say "Don't Mess with the US of A".
CARDIFF boss Lennie Lawrence insists striker Gavin Gordon reminds him of the great fighters and hopes he will land the ko punch at Stockport today.