The experienced south paw from Gunnedah overcame a slow start to get Koen Mazoudier in the 10 and stop the final round of their entertaining exchange of blows An accumulation of blows left Mazoudier unable to defend himself and prompted referee Will Soulos to abandon the competition at 12:30 am of the tenth round

Before the competition, Ryan was known as the only boxer to score a knockdown against Tim Tszyu, who appears in the headlining of the evening.Otherwise, it was an honest journeyman’s run for the 31-year-old who was used as a test for Blacktown’s Mazoudier, the two Achieving knockout victories in a row that led into battle

Mazoudier controlled the action in the early days before Ryan violently turned the tide on lap four. From that point on, the momentum stayed in Ryan’s direction

Round eight deserves to be remembered during the awards season as both fighters seriously injure the other Ryan got Mazoudier in trouble and hit him along the ropes only to be warned that he was headlong Mazoudier used the short break as the final rally and combined with a body shot to briefly stun Ryan, who reacted immediately

Ryan is 10 and last round repeatedly connected with left hands An uppercut snapped back Mazoudier’s head and a subsequent shot forced the interruption Ryan improves to 18-9 (6KOs) with the win while Mazoudier falls to 8-2 (4KOs)

The 32-year-old South Paw from Sydney achieved a stop in the 7th place in an impressive performance Round against compatriot Tyson Lantry There were no defeats during the competition, although Fleming’s dominance forced Lantry’s corner to play at the start of the 7th round Literally throwing in the towel on Wednesday night at the Newcastle Entertainment Center in Newcastle, Australia, round of their junior lightweight affair

Fleming was dominant from the opening bell, only slowing its pace from a hand injury sustained in the middle of the competition, it merely turned a router into a one-sided storefront before Fleming quickened the pace later in the fight

Lantry (8-4, 3KOs) did his best to keep up but was hopelessly superior. This was also recognized by his corner, who called for the break after Fleming (27-0-1, 18KOs) on round seven power shots had been discharged with one unanswered shot

Fleming stepped up last December after a disappointing technical draw with Bruno Tarimo, their expected fight ended with a head clash on round three, leaving Fleming with a cut that was deemed too difficult to continue the action

Cesar Mateo Tapia opened the pay-per-view show with five fights and scored a replay win against Renold Quinlan This time the job was done within four rounds

The fight was far more of a mismatch than their first fight in August 2019, which wasn’t really that competitive Tapia – a 22-year-old Mexican prospect from Narrabean, Australia – was in full control, leaving Quinlan (12-8, 8KOs ) fall in round four and forced the interruption a moment later Tapia (13-0, 8KOs) won her first fight unanimously

Both fights were broadcast live on the map of a scheduled 12-round junior middleweight fight between Tim Tszyu (17-0, 13KOs) and Dennis Hogan (28-3-1, 7KOs)

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