Singh crushes Gillan; Jamie Conlan stops Adrian Dimas Garzon

Jamie Conlan - India’s boxing sensation Vijender destroyed Dean Gillen inside one round with a phenomenal power-packed performance at the National Stadium in Dublin in his first ever professional fight in Ireland. Singh followed up his pro debut last month, when he smashed Sonny Whiting at the Manchester Arena, with another destructive display, but in less than half the time, as he pummelled Nottingham’s Gillen with big right hands.  Gillian went down in the middle of the round, which was ruled a slip by the referee, but Singh went straight on the attack.  He didn’t let Gillen rest as he landed punch after punch with Gillen in the corner until Singh detonated a devastating right that dropped him and left him unable to beat the referee’s ten-count at the end of the round.

India’s boxing sensation Vijender destroyed Dean Gillen inside one round with a phenomenal power-packed performance at the National Stadium in Dublin in his first ever professional fight in Ireland. Singh followed up his pro debut last month, when he smashed Sonny Whiting at the Manchester Arena, with another destructive display, but in less than half the time, as he pummelled Nottingham’s Gillen with big right hands. Gillian went down in the middle of the round, which was ruled a slip by the referee, but Singh went straight on the attack. He didn’t let Gillen rest as he landed punch after punch with Gillen in the corner until Singh detonated a devastating right that dropped him and left him unable to beat the referee’s ten-count at the end of the round.

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Jamie Conlan Prevails In Dublin Thriller

Dublin super-flyweight Jamie Conlan, nicknamed “The Mexican”, last night came up against a real and very tough one in Junior Granados (now 13-3-1) at The National Stadium in the City – the world’s only purpose built boxing arena – and survived numerous scares – including 2 hurtful knockdowns – to battle back from the brink and take the fight on scores of 96-92, 95-92 and 95-93.

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Jamie Conlan: little man with a big plan

Belfast battler Jamie Conlan is a little man with a big plan.

The spiteful super-flyweight is intent on hoovering up the British and Commonwealth 115lb belts before the year is through and if that sees him cross paths with ex IBF bantam boss Paul Butler, so much the better.

Older brother of Olympic flyweight medallist Michael Conlan, the 28 year old aircraft fitter gets to showcase his wares live on BoxNation this Saturday when he headlines at Dublin’s National Stadium with a maiden defence of his WBO Inter-Continental title against Mexico’s very able Junior Granados.

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