Full map to Savannah Marshall vs. Femke Hermans including Florian Marku and April Hunter

Claressa Shields was back to see Savannah Marshall huge knockout victory over Femke Hermans as the duo prepares for a historic win-take-all-ag match later this year.

Marshall took just three laps to deliver a one-punch KO, leaving Shields in no doubt she could be the woman to stop her undefeated record.

First, however, the Boxxer had put on an impressive map with a host of British fighter jets.

Heavyweight Hosea Stewart won his second professional fight, beat Phil Williams 40-37. In the same department, Matty Harris then Mait Metsis stopped in the first round.

April hunter put an all-convincing display and won 60-54 against Esther Konecna in super-welterweight, with Georgia O’Connor also record a victory by unanimous decision above Erica Alvarez (60-55).

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Michael Webster beat Erdogan Kadrija by TKO to extend his unbeaten record in cruiserweight while in super-lightweight Luke Cope beat Lee Connelly.

Lukasz Ndafoluma fought back from a major knockdown to end his fight with Bradley Rea – there will be questions as to why he was not able to stop him – but Rea still won 78-73.

It took six laps Zak Chelli to stop Jack Killgannon before the co-main event, in which Florian Marku stopped Chris Jenkins in the fourth round – before shouting Amir Khan out on rumors that the British welterweight could postpone his retirement.

Price and Artingstall become pro

Boxxer has also made several waves in women’s boxing with the double signing of Lauren Price and Karriss Artingstall, which was announced Saturday night.

It was fitting that Price’s professional deal was announced on Marshall’s undercard, where the Hartlepool fighter had proved such an inspiration – and in fact, Price once beat her as an amateur.

However, asked by I if she ever wanted to meet Marshall again, the Welsh fighter said she was too “small to middleweight” on a professional level.

“When I started on the amateur stage, welterweight was not about and I was ranked in middleweight, so I won a few medals and became world No. 1, so it made sense to stay there,” she said.

“In the pros I will go down to welterweight.

“I’ve been on stage with Savannah and Claressa and what they’ve done and put it on the map, in 2012 and Rio, and now the standard is just getting better and better. Savannah headlines are not only great for women boxing, it’s great for women’s sports.

“Me and Sav are really moving forward, and right now we are in two different weight classes. It’s not something I’ve thought about. I just want to concentrate on my career. ”

Artingstall, a former soldier who won one bronze medal in Tokyo 2020 and has since bought a house with Price, her partner, will also change weight class, saying she will debut in featherweight but may move down to superbantam weight.

“I would say it’s a little busier on the super-drill than feathers for me, so I want to see where I fit in,” she said. “I see pretty much every boxing show that gets broadcast, so I know pretty much all the female fighters that are around.

“In my head I always went to the Commonwealth Games, but I did not realize how much women’s boxing is growing among the professionals. Of course, I took the medal, and then everyone jumped in a way for us, promoters, managers, people we had not even heard of before, just sent messages to us. ”

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