Feigenbutz KO’s Gonzalez in two; Burnett too good for Ramirez

WBN 30/07/2016

German puncher Vincent Feigenbutz produced yet another knockout display to end his fight with Wilmer Gonzalez in the second round.

The 20 year-old secured a second win since losing a world title challenge against Giovanni De Carolis in January, and on this form, another shot at the sport’s biggest prize won’t be far away.

Talented Ryan Burnett followed up Feigenbutz by putting a good ten round shift in as the Irishman continues his rise towards the top end of the bantamweight division. Burnett overcame Cesar Ramirez via scores of 100-89 and 99-90 (twice) to improve his record to 14-0.

Also on the bill, ‘The Savage’ Sam Eggington put his March defeat to Bradley Skeete behind him with a first round stoppage of Daza Usher.

The opening contests in Leeds saw Felix Cash and Jake Ball record early stoppages, improving to 2-0 and 6-0 respectively, whilst Connor Seymour out-pointed Liam Griffiths over four rounds at middleweight and Reece Mould grabbed a decision win over Qasim Hussain.

Other off-TV results:

12 – Commonwealth Super Bantamweight title
Gamal Yafai 10-0 UD
Josh Wale 20-9-2

6 – Welterweight
Frankie Gavin 23-2 KO6
Ivo Gogosevic 12-17-2