Ireland's youngest professional boxer James Power stormed to his third straight stoppage win with a powerful performance in Eger, Hungary.
The Cork man secured a first-round stoppage with a little over a minute gone against local opponent Gabor Gavaller. The Leaving Cert student was a two-time Irish title winner at underage boxing and has since enjoyed a successful transition into the paid ranks.
Power made his debut in Mexico last year as he is unable to fight in Ireland while under-18 due to Boxing Union of Ireland rules.
He is working with Assassin Promotions, who continue to make waves in Ireland and recently teamed up with Boxing Ireland to announce a blockbuster TV show at the National Stadium next month.
Ireland’s youngest professional boxer, James Power, 17, moved to 3-0 as a pro, with yet another KO Win. This time he boxed in Hungary following two wins over in Tijuana last year. 🇭🇺🇲🇽 🇮🇪 pic.twitter.com/UNjfthntcK
— AssassinPromotions (@AssassinBoxing) February 16, 2019