Leigh Wooden produced a shocking knockout of Reece Mould to win the British featherweight title on Saturday night time.
The pair contested the vacant belt in a crossroads battle on Josh Warrington’s undercard, with the elder man popping out on high.
The battle started with some shut, effectively contested rounds because the pair proved an excellent match for each other.
Mould, 26, appeared to have made the breakthrough when he damage Wooden in spherical three, however the 32-year-old used veteran survival ways to carry on.
He then turned the tables and floored the unbeaten teenager in spherical 4.
Mould made it again to his toes and fought on.
The battle remained nip and tuck up till the end, which got here in spherical 9.
Wooden floored Mould once more with a giant left hook.
This time, he didn’t let up and ruthlessly pursued the end.
Wooden hurled a speedy mixture of successive left and proper hooks and scored a whirlwind KO as he despatched Mould’s head via the ropes. The referee immediately stopped the battle.