Keir Sellars used his solid offence to stop rival Jack Bailey for the second time.
The Boston Amateur Boxing Club member was in action at Deeping Leisure Centre this weekend, on a bill put together by Stamford ABC.
Bailey, from Bourne ABC. is an old adversary of Sellars’ and he was looking to even the score as Sellars stopped him in their previous encounter.
After an even opening round, Sellars (pictured) upped the tempo, forcing the referee to intervene and give the Bourne boxer a standing eight count.
From the re-start Sellars had victory in his sights and his solid offence was just too much for the Bourne man, the referee calling a halt to the contest.
Thirty-one-year-old Ronnie Goddard made his ring comeback after seven years away from the sport.
Goddard started strongly against Stamford ABC’s Craig Brewin, but the home-club fighter was in no mood to let Goddard have is own way.
Both boxers were exchanging good offensive blows, with Goddard having success with body shots, but Brewin still kept coming forward.
A split decision went in favour of Brewin.
Boston ABC will host their next show on March 22 at Haven High.
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