Date: 16th July 2017 at 12:03pm
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On the under-card of the promotion at the SSE Wembley Arena, in London, last night, the Sheffield fighter Kid Galahad, fought.

The featherweight fighter, fighting out of the Wincobank gym which produced the likes of Johnny Nelson, Prince Naseem Hamed and several others, was matched against the durable Mexican Jose Cavetano.

Galahad, 27-years-of-age, was hoping to extend his 21-fight unbeaten run whilst also hoping to leave the ring as the new IBF Inter-Continental title holder.

As it turned out Galahad was to be the far superior fighter of the pair and stopped the Mexican in the 10th round.

In what was an impressive display, Galahad caught Cavetano with a succession of punches to the head that would have seen most fighters stopped far earlier than the Mexican was.

The only possible blemish on what was a decent win was the fact Galahad had a point deducted for low-punching, something that the featherweight will need to work on in the gym.

However, the win gives Galahad some leverage to get a fight that could possibly be a world-title eliminator next time out.