The shortest bout of the night was in Belfast where the debuting Sean Turner (1-0, 1) turned heads with a 1-punch stoppage of the previously unbeaten Zoltan Elekes (1-1). In total this bout lasted an official 8 seconds making it one of the shortest bouts in boxing history. We've included this fight, in full, at the bottom of this article courtesy of Aaron Agnew. For those wondering Turner was actually part of the WSB and is more experienced than his 1-0 record would illustrate
One of the biggest shocks in boxing was in Argentina where Daniel Alejandro Barroso (6-1, 5), AKA "El Dogo", was tamed by the little known Miguel Angel Pacheco (4-2-1, 2) who managed to stop Barroso in the 2nd round. Whilst this may not look like a notable upset there was talk about Barroso potentially being the best Argentinian Heavyweight in a generation, unfortunately that hype bubble has been popped in a major way.
In Germany fans were treat to a bout between journeymen that saw Werner Kreiskott (18-19-2, 12) over came the equally limited Adnan Buharalija (29-21-2, 21) in 5 rounds. Whilst Kreiskott may have the worse record he appears to have had fewer "easy wins" and it showed here with Buharalija suffering his 17th stoppage loss!