Struer, Denmark - Croatian heavyweight Filip Hrgovic, 11-0, scored a scary knockout over Greek-Georgian Alexandre Kartozia, 8-2-1, in the second of a scheduled eight-rounder.
Hrgovic patiently stalked his overmatched opponent in the first scoring well to the body while finding the range. In the second he measured Kartozia with a left and landed with a right - and it was lights out for the Georgian at 1.07 with no count.
Kartozia tried to get up but was kept down while his cornermen and the ringside physician tended to him. He left the ring on his own though.
Afterwards, Kartozia was quickly given a medical suspension for 90 days by the Danish Federation.
Danish middleweight Jakob Bank made his pro debut and knocked out Birkan Garib, 1-1, 2.07 into the second round but it was controversial KO as Bank punched after break had been called - but got away with it. Garib also seemed to overplay it a bit.
Bank looked like he was out to impress as he rushed out of his corner looking for an early knockout but Garib survived and when the end came Jakob looked a bit winded so while the talent is there there is also a lot to learn.
Dutch middleweight Martin Foru, 3-0, stopped German Tarkan Oezcoban, 4-3-1, at 2.55 of the fourth and final round. Foru landed almost at will but couldn't hurt his opponent but was landing at will when it was called off.
Super featherweight Payman Akbari 2-0, outscored Serbian Marko Petrovic, 1-4, in a four rounder that opened Team Sauerland´s and TK Promotions's in at the Energi Park. Petrovic kept coming but was outboxed and went down in the fourth. It was scored 40-35 on all cards.