Unbeaten light middleweight Chris Baugh gets third stoppage win in his fourth pro fight

Published On Saturday, April 18, 2015By
Unbeaten light-middleweight, Chris Baugh 4(3)-0 secured his fourth straight win in the pro ranks via a fourth round stoppage on April 18th at the Camden Centre, Kings Cross. Islington boxer known as 'The Bull' put his 20-year-old Hungarian opponent, Zoltan Turai down in the opening round and finished him off completely in the closing round. The 26-year-old victor posted this statement on social media channels immediately after his win, "Very pleased 2win 2nite, KO in the fourth on a guy who's never been down or stopped. 4-0, 3 back to back KO's. I think I've earned a rest!!" The travelling rival, Turai had previously stopped four out of his six victories with just three losses on his respectable record making him a potential risk to the fledgling pro. Baugh v Turai After four fights in just 20 weeks, Baugh plans to have a short respite to recover before continuing his meteoric rise through the ranks. The 26-year-old light-middleweight prospect known as ‘The Bull’ has raced to four fights unbeaten in as little as 20 weeks since making his pro bow in the last weekend of November last year with a points win over Harjinder Gill. Three of the four wins have come by way of knockout, firstly on February 7th as he doubled his win tally and scored his first career stoppage in a blistering first round attack against the tough Hungarian, Laszlo Jambrik at the same venue for all of his fights to date, the Camden Centre in Kings Cross. The next victim came in the form of Bulgarian, Georgi Valevski as Baugh blasted him out of there in just three rounds on March 7th, just one month after his previous outing. His latest win over a respectable opponent with more wins on his ledger than losses, which is a rarity for a young prospect to go up against in just his fourth pro fight, has proved his power in the light-middleweight division and certainly sends a message to the British boxers above him in the ranks. The Londoner is put through his paces by respected coaches Bevis Allen and Roy Callaghan out of the renowned Rooney’s Gym in London. To follow Chris ‘The Bull’ Baugh on Twitter click here @BoxerBaugh and you can follow him on Facebook here Chris would like to thank his sponsors Princelet Partners and PR Manager Tim Rickson TR Shield Logo

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