Tyrone McCullagh Shockingly Blasted Out in Three Rounds By Fidoe

Tyrone McCullagh’s hopes of relaunching his as soon as promising skilled profession failed when he was stopped within the third spherical by journeyman Brett Fidoe on the off-TV submitting of the MTK present in Bolton.

The 30-year-old tremendous bantamweight from Derry had his first combat since dropping his unbeaten file to Ryan Walsh final February, and a six-round sport in opposition to Fidoe appeared like fairly little danger.

Fidoe entered the combat in uncommon type after making a four-round level resolution in opposition to debutant John Harker earlier this month in Sheffield. He had beforehand misplaced his earlier 17.

Within the first two laps there was no actual indication of what was going to occur. McCullagh gave a push, retaining his distance whereas Fidoe appeared content material with letting the motion go. Nonetheless, issues modified dramatically on spherical three when McCullagh tried to select up the tempo and acquired into hassle.

Fidoe landed a collection of proper hooks that pushed McCullagh again, on the lookout for an opportunity to carry. Nonetheless, Fidoe adopted him, touchdown a devastating left hook on the ropes and one other left because the Irishman tried to carry on earlier than sending him to the bottom with a heavy proper hook.

McCullagh hit the rely at 5 however appeared shaky and referee Jamie Kirkpatrick waved it off after 1:46 of the spherical.

It was solely Fidoe’s seventh win in 85 fights.

The remainder of the off-TV space went relatively in keeping with plan for MTK.

Middleweight Jordan Reynolds is now 2-0 as a professional, having knocked down Jan Ardon twice en path to a 60-52 resolution.

Indian Bassi took a routine four-round level win over welterweight Chris Adaway and received 40-36 on referee Kirkpatrick’s card. It was the identical rating from Mr. Kirkpatrick when Blane Hyland was declared the flyweight winner over Reiss Taylor.

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