Fighting against Brazil's Marcelo Nascimento (16-5, 14) in a non-title bout the hard hitting Haumono landed a looping right hand that sent Nascimento down hard for the count in the third round.
It's due to his power that Haumono will always have some sort of a following down under, though as proven last time out he can be out boxed and hurt himself. Thankfully he does appear to have some options with bouts against David Tua, Joseph Parker, Sonny Bill Williams, Alex Leapai and Lucas Browne all looking very interesting, and explosive, on paper. Unfortunately for fans in the west it's unlikely they'll see much of him no matter who he fights.
As well as the action down under there was also 2 bouts in France. The most notable of these saw former French champion Fabrice Aurieng (8-6, 2) claiming the WBF title as he overcame Brazil's Raphael Zumbano Love (33-7-1, 26) via a clear decision. This really was a double whammy for Brazilian Heavyweight boxing considering Nascimento's loss earlier in the day.
The other contest in France saw a noteworthy upset as David Spilmont (2-1, 1) defeated the previously unbeaten Ibrahima Mariko (3-1, 2) via a 6 round majority decision.