Frazer Clarke apologied to the fans watching on after his one-sided victory against Pencho Tsvetkov on Saturday night.
The 2020 Olympic bronze medallist was fighting his third professional bout of the year after making the step up from amateur boxing. And it was a similar story to his previous victories – over in a flash.
Tsvetkov came in with a 7-0 record, including four first-round wins, but the difference in size between the heavyweights was startling with Clarke having four stone over the Bulgarian.
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And the 31-year-old downed his opponent twice before referee Steve Gray waved his hands and called the contest to an end after 1:05. It drew boos from the crowd while Clarke apologised to the crowd.
He said: "I am fuming sitting here. First of all, I want to apologise to everyone that came and paid good money to watch me. People have travelled up from Burton and all over the country and I just have to say that is unacceptable.
"It's not my fault, there is nothing I can do about it. People have got to do better and it is as simple as that, really.
"I apologise to everyone here, I apologised to my opponent. He should not be in the ring with me, it's dangerous. It is what it is. It's done now.
"We both got out safe. Go back, pack my bags, go home and get back in the gym. But I can't take that anymore. I'm fuming with myself. I took two stupid jabs… I need to be better."
Meanwhile, British prospect Adam Azim proved too hot to handle for Argentina's Michel Cabral, who entered the ring against the 20-year-old without ever being downed in a fight.
But that record was obliterated within two minutes against Azim, whose cheers power proved dominant over his rival. A brutal body shot left Cabral on the canvas, who shook his head as the referee counted him out.
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