Bermudian boxer Andre Lambe claimed a second professional title belt, following a unanimous decision awarded by ringside judges over Mexico’s Crisanto Lucio, at Saturday’s Fight Night Champion event put on by Epic Entertainment at The Shed in Dockyard.

Lambe was dominant throughout the four-round bout, tagging his opponent with an array of bad intentioned, debilitating combinations, for which the to the visiting pugilist had little defence.
The victory allowed Lambe to add the American Boxing Organisation (ABO) title-belt to the American Boxing Federation (ABF) version in the same weight class, previously attained in October, while extending his unbeaten record among the pro ranks to 7-0.

The night’s under-card had three amateur fights and a super-heavyweight boxing exhibition, including a feature that pitted lead local amateur, Adrian Roach, against Mexico’s, Anthony Henrnandez, with the World Championship and Olympic hopeful and relentlessly pounding the Central American offering on his way to a decisive win by unanimous decision.

Remaining sanctioned fights on the card saw Mikey Parsons’ lose by technical knock-out to American Zeleck Ruiz, after the former suffered a broken nose in the second round, forcing a halt to proceedings, while Bruce Perinchief got a favourable unanimous decision over Che Durham and Sion Symonds beat Durham’s twin brother, Cole, on points after a three-round slug-fest in the middleweight category.

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