Amonsot loses in comeback fight in Australia

CZAR Amonsot lost his ring return from a long layoff after dropping a lopsided unanimous decision against promising young Aussie Andrew Hunt on Dec. 18, 2019 at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre in South Brisbane, Australia.

Amonsot, who came off from more than a year out of the ring, was totally outclassed by the 22-year-old Hunt.

All three judges scored it 80-72 in favor of Hunt.

The 34-year-old Amonsot, a former ALA Boy, dropped to 35-5-3 with 22 knockouts, while Hunt remained unbeaten with 6-0-1 with three knockouts.

Amonsot will always be remembered for his bloody 12-round war with Michael Katsidis in 2007.

Amonsot was dropped twice but still gave Katsidis a run for his money despite losing by unanimous decsion.

Both fighters were hospitalized after the fight and Amonsot was found to have a subdural hematoma in his brain that threatened to end his career.

Amosot, however, fought on and revived his career as a fighter based Australia. He racked up a record of 14-2-2 in Australia. (EKA)