Current junior middleweight prospect and former U.S. Olympian Demetrius Andrade kept his winning streak alive last night with a three round stoppage of veteran Saul Duran in Manchester New Hampshire. Andrade made use of his excellent jab, and his hand speed to land stinging shots on the 38-year-old former world title challenger, ultimately beating him into submission as the third round faded into the rest period. At the close of rounds two and three Andrade stepped up his attack, and had Duran hurt, rendering him unable to continue into the fourth. With the win, Andrade improved to 15-0 with 10 knockouts, and Duran, who has now lost 11 out of his last 15 fights, fell to 38-19-2 with 31 knockouts.
After the fight, Andrade expressed an interest in fighting one more time before the end of the year, after which, his intention is to fight for a title sometime in 2012.