Cyrus Pattinson stops Chris Jenkins in Newcastle to win first professional title | Boxing News

Cyrus Pattinson stopped previous British and Commonwealth champion Chris Jenkins in the ninth spherical at Newcastle Arena to earn the WBA International welterweight title in only his sixth skilled contest.

The 28-yr-old – who experienced never beforehand absent past the sixth round – emerged triumphant from an all-motion contest, dominating from the seventh onwards.

The experienced Jenkins, who was British and Commonwealth champion between 2019 and 2021, battled tricky during but a ninth-spherical onslaught by Pattinson ultimately prompted his corner to throw in the towel.

Pattinson, who has won all six of his bouts given that turning professional, claimed: “It is really a dream seriously. I have envisioned it hundreds and thousands of situations, coming out right here and listening to everybody screaming.

“I understood it was a massive endeavor, specifically when the opponent obtained selected and it was Chris Jenkins. Credit history to Chris, he’s a correct winner.

Welterweight Cyrus Pattinson (PA Images)
Pattinson proved way too robust for ex-British and Commonwealth champion Chris Jenkins

“It was back and forth and I couldn’t let up, I had to persevere. The turning of the tide I think may have been the sixth or seventh, that is when I set my foot on the fuel a bit and I do not imagine I stopped.

“I did not feel the stress at all. I relished the combat even though it was tricky and we go on to the next 1.”

On the same bill, Olympic silver medallist Pat McCormack picked up his fourth expert earn when he stopped Italy’s Dario Socci in their eighth and final round.

Solomon Dacres won the English heavyweight title when he swatted aside Robert Ismay in two rounds, though good quality local prospective clients Mark Dickinson and Calum French both equally took eight-round points wins in excess of Ben Ridings and Jordan Ellison respectively.