At the Ulster Hall in Belfast, Ireland, Friday as former WBA World Bantamweight champion now Junior Featherweight Ryan Burnett stopped Jelbirt “Panther” Gomera on a Lee Eaton Promotion over ESPN+.
Former WBA Super World Bantamweight champion Ryan Burnett, 20-1 (10), of Northern Ireland, UK, stopped southern Jelbirt “Panther” Gomera, 14-6 (7), of Benguet, PH, at 2:01 of the 6th round.
In the first round it was all Burnett. In the second round Burnett back into a corner allowing Gomera to throw punches. In the third round Burnett opened up on Gomera. In the sixth round Burnett lost a point for his third low blow. Burnett was landing many lead rights to the chin of Gomera up to that point. Burnett went after Gomera and landed a pair of left hooks to the body making Gomera turn away forcing the referee to wave the fight off.
In the co-feature Super Featherweight Marco McCullough, 22-4 (12), of Belfast, No. Ireland, UK, stopped southpaw Delclan “Pretty Boy” Geraghty, 18-4 (4), of Dublin, Ireland, UK, at 2:23 of the third round.
In the first two rounds it was very sloppy on both fighters part. McCullough fought with his hands to his side. Geraghty was cut outside of the left eye with blood covering the side of his face. A lead right on the chin from McCullough dropped Geraghty for the count of referee Steve Gray. This was for the vacant IBF European title in a scheduled 10.
Steven Donnelly, 5-0 (1), Northern Ireland, UK, knocked out Edwin Palacios, 12-8-1 (8), of NIC and SP, at 1:14 of the fourth round.
In the first through the third rounds Donnelly pressed the action. In the fourth round a left hook to the chest and down went Palacios for the count.
Southpaw Sean “Sugar” McComb, 7-0 (4), of Northern Ireland, UK, stopped Miroslav “Lumberjack” Serban, 11-3 (6), of CZ Republic at 1:24 of the first round.
In the first round McComb landed over twenty unanswered punches before referee Hugh Russell, Jr. stepped in to stop the mismatch.
Super Middleweight Padraig “The Hammer” McCrory, 8-0 (3), of Belfast, IRE, UK, defeated Eric “Israel” Nwankwo, 1-4 (1), of Nigeria and Portsmouth, UK, over 6 rounds.
In the entire 6 rounds McCrory mostly went to the body against the defensive Nwankwo winning every round, 60-54.