Dennis McCann once again caught the eye as he knocked out Georgi Georgiev in two rounds to move to 4-0 (3 KOs) on Friday night in London.
The 18-year-old bantamweight prospect is generating serious hype in the early stages of his career, with some already likening his style to that of British boxing legend, Prince Naseem Hamed.
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McCann floored his foe twice in the first round and again in second, prompting the referee to jump in and stop the contest.
The starlet’s unique technique captured the attention of the BT Sport broadcast team, and his bizarrely effective lead uppercuts were roundly praised.
Earlier in the week, his promoter Frank Warren told talkSPORT.com about McCann: “Dennis ‘The Menace’, he’s a young star in the making.
“His last 17 amateur bouts before he turned pro, he knocked everybody out, and he’s settled down really well.
“He can fight, he really can fight. He’s got a great boxing brain, watch him fight. If you like boxing, you’ll love him, he’s explosive.
“I think it’s his fourth fight now and it’s part of his journey. He’s been really busy, he’s had these fights very quickly.
“We’re gonna keep him busy and I think this time next year he’ll be there or thereabouts fighting for a British title.”
You can read a round-up of the reaction to his win below.