Goodman retains record in super bantamweight
Umina PCYC professional boxer Sam Goodman has kept his unbeaten record after winning his Super Bantamweight bout in the Tasman Fighter Series on July 27.
Goodman stepped into the ring with four-nil record and quickly found success after just three rounds.
The referee declared him the winner with a technical knockout over the Philippines' Claudevan Sese.
It was the biggest fight of Goodman's career to date and his first televised bout, with Fox Sports airing the Tasman Series on the night.
"I moved to 5-0 after the Tasman," Sam said after the fight.
"Thanks to my team for an amazing camp and to everyone who came along and supported me on the night."
He will now take some time out to weigh his options for his next career move: either to head to Europe for a training and development camp or to stick around for another fight on the pro circuit.
Social media, 28 Jul 2019
Sam Goodman, Umina PCYC
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