Cameron Vuong proved why he’s so extremely rated with a terrific knockout victory on his skilled debut.
The 20-year-old fought on the undercard of the WBA featherweight world title struggle between Leigh Wooden and Josh Warrington and he critically impressed.
Vuong got here up towards journeyman Engel Gomez, who previous to the struggle had a document of 8-18-1.
As an novice, Vuong was a standout, profitable the senior elite ABA title in April of this yr and following up with a Tri-Nation title a month later, earlier than deciding to show over to the skilled ranks.
The Brit appeared slick and was comfortably outboxing his opponent, then in spherical 4 he discovered the end.
After Vuong unleashed a vicious mixture, Gomez dropped to his knees and he may very well be seen shaking his head at his nook, as if to say that was sufficient, because the referee waved off the competition.
Throughout his post-fight interview, promoter Eddie Hearn revealed that Vuong could be returning on November 11 on a card in Newcastle.
And it was clear that Vuong is effectively supported, because the announcement was greeted by an enormous cheer from the group.
As for who Vuong may struggle, Hearn mentioned they’re already taking a look at difficult for the English title, explaining: “I’ve no drawback with a younger man progressing rapidly when they’re particular… celebrity within the making, we have an actual one right here.”
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