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Logan McGuinness Knocks Major Out in Two Rounds

By Richard Cloutier

Ontarian Logan McGuinness (17-0-1) successfully defended his NABA super featherweight crown by scoring a TKO at 2:45 of the second round over Meacher Major (20-5-1) at the Hershey Centre in Mississauga. McGuinness captured the crown on October 22 via an eleventh round knockout of Benoit Gaudet.

On the same card: 

Welterweight Samuel Vargas (11-0-1) won by TKO in the third round over Arvydas Trizno (14-19-2) of Lithuania.

At light heavyweight, Denton Daley (6-0-0) made former Canadian champion Frank White (7-7-2) quit at 3:00 of the 6th round.

Brandon Cook (6-0-0) got the win by TKO in the second over Hungarian Zoltan Surman (12-9-1). 

Lightweight Steven Wilcox (2-0-0) recorded a unanimous decision victory over Dave Aucoin (2-6-0).

In a battle of super welterweights, Junmar Emon (1-0-0) was successful in his debut by winning a unanimous decision over Daryl Peron (0-2-0).

Finally, among heavyweights, Dillon Carman (3-1-0) added a TKO win by stopping Matt White (0-2-0) in the third.

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