Moses Itauma wasted no time in winning his Tyson Fury vs. Francis Ngannou undercard fight on Saturday night.
The 18-year-old British heavyweight prospect knocked out his opponent Istvan Bernath in the first round.
Itauma came out of the blocks and attacked Bernath in the first seconds.
He beat the Hungarian in the first round.
It didn’t take long for Itauma to score a reversal by pounding his opponent to the canvas.
Bernath seemed pained, but got up.
Regardless, the writing was on the wall.
Itauma lunges at him once again and throws a huge uppercut which barely misses.
However, he found the stoppage a few seconds later, forcing the referee to intervene and end the fight.
Itauma now improves to 6-0 (4 KOs).
“A lot of people call me a prospect and push me to the stars and that’s where I belong,” he said afterward.
“(Mike Tyson) said, ‘There are no bums in boxing and you can learn from every fight and every loss.’ But I’m not trying to lose.
“Come a man, the power is there. Uncle Frank (Warren) told me to let go of my hand, that’s what I’m trying to do.