Las Vegas, NV, USA (February 3, 2024) - Johnny Fisher continued his impressive run in the professional boxing ranks with a dominant victory over Dmytro Bezus. The unbeaten Top Heavyweight prospect showcased his dominance by overwhelming Bezus, ultimately securing a first-round stoppage in their eight-round clash. The bout took place at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas.
Fisher, hailing from Romford, England, wasted no time asserting his authority in the ring. From the opening bell, he unleashed a relentless onslaught of power punches, leaving Bezus unable to mount any significant reply. Referee Robert Hoyle had seen enough and intervened at 2:51 of the first round.
Standing at 6 feet 4 inches tall and weighing in at 243 pounds, Fisher boasts an impressive record of 11 wins, all by knockout.
Having transitioned from the amateur ranks with only 10 bouts under his belt, Fisher's ascent in the professional arena has been remarkable. With each fight, he has displayed noticeable improvement, with a readiness for tougher competition in 2024.
In contrast, Bezus, with a record of 10 wins and 2 losses, including 5 knockouts, faced a daunting task against the formidable Fisher. Hailing from Montreal, Bezus had previously fallen short against David Adeleye in February 2021.
Fisher's strategic assault began with a thunderous right uppercut followed by a powerful right hand to Bezus' head late in the first round. As Bezus found himself pinned against the ropes, unable to mount any resistance, referee Hoyle made the decisive call to halt the contest.
A telling right-left combination from Fisher further underscored his dominance, leaving Bezus reeling against the ropes. The swift conclusion of the bout solidified Fisher's status as a rising star in the heavyweight division.