HARLEM EUBANK (cousin of Chris Eubank Jr.) performed a spectacular one-punch knockout to defeat his opponent on Friday night.
London's 28-year old super-lightweight champion stole the show with a brutal finish to Denzel Bentley's win over Linus Unitedfia for the British title.
Harlem loaded up the left hook and caught Dodd on the jaw
After the powerful shot, Dodd smashed into the canvas hard.
After scoring an impressive knockdown, Harlem won the battle and bowed to Dodd.
After the referee confirmed the knockout, Eubank bowed once more
Harlem was facing off against Sean Dodd, a British veteran of 10 rounds. However, he needed only six minutes to defeat his opponent.
As Dodd was about to hit the canvas, Harlem threw a perfect left hook as the second round came to an end.
As Eubank made his way towards the neutral corner before the referee count, he confidently bowed his head to indicate his belief that it was over.
Dodd was unable to beat the count, and the bout was canceled.
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Harlem is now 14-0 and has made a name for itself in the 140-pound division.
One fan responded to the dominant display by saying: "Boom!" Eubank Headlining your Next Date in Brighton. Straight to the top.
Another comment: "Time for Harlem get some prime-time TV slots."
In the meantime, Harlem's cousin Eubank Jr was recently linked to a fight against middleweight legend Gennady Gorlovkin.
Although the Kazakh was supposed to face Canelo alvarez in September, that fight is now uncertain due to Dmitry Bivol's loss to Mexico.
Kalle Sauerland, Eubank's promoter, has suggested that the Brit might face Golovkin.
The 40-year-old champion middleweight was not interested in the fight when he was asked back in February.
He stated, "I have stopped listening to people calling out to me."
It's the exact same thing. They claim they have certain arrangements, but they don't actually say it.
It just looks cheap. It is not worth my time."
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Eubank Jr. has yet to win a title in the world, having lost to George Groves and Billy Joe Saunders in the past.
His most notable victories were against James DeGale and Liam Williams in 2019.