Boxing Result

Sherrington stops Gomez

By Ray Wheatley — World of Boxing

WBO #8 middleweight Les “Lock & Load” Sherrington (32-6, 19 KOs) stopped Jorge Dario Gomez (23-12-1, 19 KOs) in the second round of a scheduled ten round bout at Rumours International in Toowoomba, Queensland, Australia on Friday. Referee Alan Moore crowned Sherrington at 2.17 of the round. Sherrington who holds the WBF world middleweight crown is also chasing a shot at fellow Australians, Daniel Geale who is the IBF middleweight champion and WBA#4 Jarrod Fletcher. Sherrington has wins over former world champion Yory Boy Campas, Shannan Taylor and Nader Hamdan. Gomez currently holds the Paraguayan middleweight title.

Filipino super featherweight Jack “The Assassin” Asis (29-18-4, 15 KOs) stopped Argentinan Jose Saenz (22-16-6, 12 KOs) in round three of a scheduled eight. Asis has been based in Australia for several years and is trained by Brendon Smith, who also trains Sherrington and formerly trained Michael Katsidis.

Super featherweight Will Young outscored James Kinsella over five rounds. Scores 48-47, 49-46, 50-45. Young is trained by Brendon Smith.

Welterweight Kris George stopped Dean Cambridge in round one of scheduled four round bout. George is trained by Brendon Smith

Light welterweight Darren Askew outscored Mark Ramirez over four rounds. 39-36,39-36,39-36. Askew is trained by Brendon Smith

Cruiserweight Josh Webb stopped Graham Blay in round two of a scheduled three round contest

Promoter: Brendon Smith

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