On such example of that is Burak Sahin (5-0, 5) who extended his winning run this past Saturday with an opening round TKO over the very limited Zoltan Jerousek (1-2, 1). We know it's common place for mismatches to happen, especially at the embryonic stages of a fighter's career, but we tend to think a bout should serve a purpose. This one didn't, other than to extend the winning record of Sahin.
We're hoping Sahin faces someone a lot better than Jerousek next time out, though in all honesty he's struggle to find someone much worse, maybe only Laszlo Dora, the man Jerousek beat on his debut.
Other Heavyweight bouts which took place on Saturday saw Napoleon Taumoepeau (3-1, 3) stopping veteran Mosese Kavika (16-19-2, 10) in 2 rounds to inflict Kavika's 15th stoppage loss and another second round stoppage as Ratko Draskovic (31-10-2, 19) defeated late replacement foe Peter Hegyes (8-10, 4), who has now been stopped 5 times.