After 11 fights Belshaw was 10-1 (7) with his sole loss, a decision to popular journeymn Daniil Peretyatko, avenged. Unfortunately after the bright start to his career it's fair to say Belshaw has flopped a bit like a 6'7" fish out of water, losing 6 successive bouts in a row.
The most recent of those losses came earlier today in Queensland, Australia as Hunter Sam (7-2-2, 4) took him out in just 106 seconds, giving Belshaw his third successive loss in Australia.
Although Sam came in to this fight on the back of a disappointing loss to Joel Shackleton just a few weeks ago he has seemingly proven that he's not going to just fade away and we'd expect he's now hunting, excuse the pun, for a rematch with Shackleton.
As well as the bout in Australia there was also low profile action in Slovakia, in fact there was 4 bouts in the Sportova hala MSO in Šturov. The earliest of these bouts saw Lukas Filka (4-3, 3) stopping the debuting Jozsef Szabo (0-1) inside a round before Daniel Kol (3-1, 3) took out Gabor Kiss (3-17, 1) in a round and Tibor Balogh (6-1-2, 4) stopped Norbert Szucs (0-4-1) in the second.
Whilst the 3 under-card bouts saw early finishes the main event bout went the distance as the debuting Marton Czagany (1-0) took an 8 round decision over Vasil Mandea (2-2, 1). We're not sure why Czagany made his debut in an 8 round contest though we're impressed by the performance. Sadly before anyone has dreams that he'll be a superstar, he is already 39.