Fabio Wardley moved to 9-0 (eight KOs) with the very best win of his profession on Saturday night time.
The heavyweight, managed by Dillian Whyte, claimed the English title by knocking out Simon Vallily who was as soon as a highly-rated beginner.
In stark distinction, Wardley’s expertise previous to skilled boxing was merely white-collar combating.
Regardless. he’s coming alongside properly within the paid ranks.
After a good first couple of rounds, Wardley caught Vallily with a strong counter left hook which had him stumbling again throughout the ring.
He then pursued the end, pummelling his helpless opponent towards the ropes till he was saved by the referee.
Hearn beforehand instructed talkSPORT concerning the Struggle Camp sequence: “We talked about doing boxing in studios and there’s lots of people doing it.
“I simply really feel like if you find yourself speaking a couple of gladiatorial sport, like boxing, that you must create that second, that power, not only for the viewer at residence however the fighter as properly.
“We’ve bought huge plans. It appears to be like implausible…
“It’s important to be compelling and revolutionary and provide you with concepts like Matchroom Struggle Camp, the place broadcasters are going to say, ‘Wow, we love that.’”