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Web Extra: Duluth's Markus Morris Improves to 4-0

Updated: 04/20/2014 3:25 PM
Created: 04/20/2014 2:50 PM WDIO.com
By: Eyewitness Sports

Carlton, Minn. - Markus "Hooch" Morris began his professional boxing career in October of 2013 and he is already 4-0 as a pro.

The Duluth boxer (4-0-0, 2 KOs) trains at Jungle Boy Boxing Gym and on Saturday night at Black Bear Casino in Carlton, he stopped Ryan Gronvold (1-9-0) of Detroit Lakes by TKO in the first round. Morris knocked Gronvold down about halfway into the first round, but Gronvold answered the count. Later in the round, the referee stopped it.

Morris fights at light welterweight.

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