JD NXTGEN: Shannon Courtenay extends unbeaten record in London

SHANNON COURTENAY

Shannon Courtenay made it three wins from three with a stoppage of Valerija Sepetovska at York Hall.

Following two points victories, the Watford bantamweight showed her power from the off, dropping her Latvian counterpart in the first before a second-round finish.

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Shannon Courtenay put in a dominant display

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Courtenay, 25-years old, came out aggressively and quickly landed a series of punishing hooks, the right landing flush before a huge left staggered Sepetovska, the away fighter soon tumbling to the canvas.

Reece Belolotti v Josue Bendana, Featherweight contest, York Hall, London.21st June 2019.Picture By Mark Robinson..
Image: Reece Bellotti was too strong for his Nicaraguan foe

The onslaught continued for the second two minutes with more right hands savagely breaching the guard, the referee eventually forced to wave things off.

Earlier in the night, Charles Frankham extended his unbeaten record while Reece Bellotti returned to winning ways with a fourth-round finish of Josue Bendana.

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Charles Frankham stops his opponent in the 1st

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