Amir Khan, Bernard Dunne remain unbeaten

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Amir Khan, Bernard Dunne remain unbeaten

Amir Khan TKO1 Vitali Martynov... Amir Khan needed just seventy five seconds to dispose of Vitali Martynov in a scheduled six-round lightweight bout in Nottingham, UK. The nineteen year old super prospect is now 5-0. Martynov had a listed record of 10-1 with his only loss coming to Khan's fellow 2004 Olympian, Willy Blain. source: the sporting life

Bernard Dunne TKO6 Noel Wilders... Ireland's top prospect, Bernard Dunne, stopped Noel Wilders in the sixth round of a junior featherweight bout in Dublin. Dunne floored Wilders, a former European champion at bantamweight, in the sixth round and his follow-up barrage ended the bout. Dunne, now 19-0, wants a shot at Michael Hunter's European 122-pound championship. Wilders is now 24-4-1. source: the sporting life

Peter McDonagh TKO6 Michael Gomez... Peter McDonagh stopped Michael Gomez to capture the Irish lightweight championship in Dublin. Gomez, rated #25 by Boxingtalk at 130 pounds, didn't seem to have it and during the sixth round, he dropped his hands and started to turn away from McDonagh's blows, leaving the referee with no choice but to stop the contest. McDonagh was hardly expected to win. Although he was coming of a win in a four rounder, tonight's upset leaves the new champion's career mark at just 8-11, while Gomez drops out of contention to 32-7...Also, super middleweight Brian Magee stopped Belorussian Daniil Prakapsou in the second round. source: the sporting life