Troy Williamson scored a sensational tenth-round knockout of Ted Cheeseman to win the British super-welterweight title on Saturday night in Liverpool.
The unbeaten 30-year-old moved to 17-0-1 (13 KOs) with the victory.
The fight began in electric fashion with both men swinging from the first bell.
There were a series of momentum shifts as Williamson seized control from Cheeseman early on.
In the middle rounds, it appeared as though Cheeseman was back on top with Williamson badly hurt.
However, it all came crashing down for him in round ten as he took one final barrage of punches, ending with a left hook which left him sprawled on the canvas.
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The fight was quickly waved off and Williamson was crowned British super-welterweight champion.
Thankfully, Cheeseman was soon back to his feet.
Promoter Eddie Hearn later confirmed that the fighter is okay after receiving medical treatment.
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