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YouTuber brutally floored by fellow boxer 0-13 as he faces the canvas in final round unanimous decision loss


Italian YouTuber Alberto Frati learned a hard lesson when he was left face down on the canvas by fellow Bosnian Stefan Markovic during their fight in Belgium on Saturday night.

Frati, 43 – the man behind Italy’s live-streaming YouTube page FightersLife – was 1-0 in the contest and was looking for a second win in professional boxing.

The YouTuber suffered a heavy knockdown

His first fight was a win over Nicaraguan journeyman Michael Isaac Carrero in 2019.

Carrero was 13-53-6 going into this fight and Frati beat him by unanimous decision in six rounds.

Saturday night, two and a half years later, Frati returned to the ring to face Markovic.

Markovic was 0-13 going into the fight.

Notably though, he is only 24 and therefore almost two decades younger than Frati.

Although he had never won a fight before, Markovic dominated the fight.

He won every round on two of the judges’ scorecards and only lost one round in the eyes of the third judge.

In the sixth and final round, Markovic landed a heavy right hand that floored Frati.

He fell headfirst to the canvas and looked like he was out, but got up remarkably and boxed to the final bell, losing the unanimous decision.

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