Kurt Scoby doesn’t look like your typical pro fighter, let alone a 140-pounder. The 27-year-old often strolls down the street, his t-shirt a bit tighter than most, with his muscles accentuated. Yet, while he could be mistaken for a pro bodybuilder, Scoby (12-0, 10 KOs) is promoter Lou DiBella’s new secret weapon.

This past Thursday night, at Sony Hall in New York City, Scoby headlined a BoxingInsider.com main event. Standing across the ring from him was ostensibly his toughest test, Henry Lundy.

Despite having all of the experience in the world, Lundy quickly found that his much younger opponent was both too sturdy and too physically imposing to have any sort of success against.

Scoby came out fast in the opening round, he pushed the pace, forced Lundy to defend himself on the ropes, and teed off relentlessly. Lundy though, remained calm throughout, reaching the end of the round.

In the second, Scoby appeared ready to make it a quick night. In the blink of an eye, he let off a three-punch combination, sending Lundy crashing to the canvas. Like always, the 40-plus fight veteran dusted himself off and rose to his feet. Just a few seconds later, however, Lundy was back on the mat - this time for good.

For much of fight week, Scoby was calm and reserved. He refused to give up much, if any, of his game plan, and refrained from discussing any of the top names that currently inhabit the 140-pound landscape. Now, with a win in his back pocket, Scoby let loose.

At this point, showdowns against the division’s mainstays aren’t realistic. Nevertheless, Scoby firmly believes that following his latest performance, he established himself as someone that will be around for an incredibly long time.

“I’m here,” said Scoby shortly after his win over Lundy. “I’m here!”