Luke Bennett’s sad fight against Dean LM criticized by fans

TikTok star Luke Bennett was badly beaten in last night’s TikTok boxing an event.

The youngster from Wolverhampton has made a name for himself on Tiktok, uploading videos of himself doing football challenges and funny bits.

He has amassed 13.5 million likes and has over 477.4k followers. After a number of opponent changes, Bennett finally faced fellow TikTok star Dean LM at the KingPyn boxing event, which made for some pretty interesting viewing.

Luke looked completely lost in the ring and froze completely as his opponent took him down.

With a rather weak looking defense, he was unable to deflect a number of heavy blows which landed on his chin.

Bennett was unresponsive to whatever came his way, and the fight was eventually stopped with 25 seconds left in the very first round.

Bennett was given little respect by his opponent Dean LM, who had his hands behind his back, completely out of phase with Luke’s attack.

The TikTok star was definitely a fan favorite as he walked out to a chorus of cheers from the packed O2 Arena.

His rather innocuous personality made for rather uncomfortable viewing at times.

It was abundantly clear that Luke had little ability in the boxing ring as he barely threw his own punches.
Still, Luke was incredibly candid in his post-fight interview, thanking the crowd for coming out to support the event.

To the surprise of many, Luke admitted his boxing journey was far from over.

When asked if he wanted to box again, he replied: “Yeah 100%. The way I see it, every opportunity I have, I’ll take it. It takes balls to get in this ring, people don’t realize that.

It’s safe to say that many TikTok stars who have fought on the card have realized that boxing really isn’t for faking.

Luke Bennett found out the hard way, along with fellow content creator “Simple Simon” who was knocked out in the first round in his main event fight against Ed Matthews.

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