Kulakhmet shuts out McGowan

Not a “superstar” performance, but highly touted super welterweight Tursynbay Kulakhmet (2-0, 1 KO) took a ten round unanimous decision over previously unbeaten Macaulay McGowan (14-1-1, 3 KOs) to win the WBC International title on Wednesday night at Production Park Studios in Wakefield, England. Kulakhmet overpowered McGowan from the opening bell and won easily 99-89 3x. McGowan seemed ready to go all night, but Kulakhmet could never put the punches together to accomplish it. A point was deducted from Kulakhmet in round eight for pushing McGowan down.

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  • Main event was horrible. KAZ winner was very dirty against a guy that couldn’t fight a lick. KAZ didn’t throw a combination until the last round. Lost a point in the 9th. The co-feature was a great fight! Donovan looked good.

  • Ive seen McGowan in good fights but he received a beat down last night. Kulukhmet is impressive for a 2 fight pro novice.

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