Matty Harris Making Waves in Heavyweight Division with Fourth Consecutive First-Round Finish
British heavyweight Matty Harris has been turning heads in the boxing world with his impressive performances in the ring.
The 23-year-old secured his fourth consecutive first-round finish in his last fight against Milos Veletic on the Harlem Eubank card at York Hall in London last month. Despite being only five fights into his professional career, Harris has already been tipped to reach the top of the division.
Harris made his professional debut in November 2021, going the full four rounds in a points victory. However, since then, he has been dominant, stopping all of his opponents in the first round.
In his most recent fight, he dispatched Veletic in just 23 seconds, showcasing his power and accuracy in the process.
Harris' promoter, Kalle Sauerland, head of Wasserman Boxing, has been effusive in his praise of the young heavyweight.
Sauerland has described Harris as carrying "dynamite" in both hands and as the "standout" young heavyweight in the division. With such high praise coming from a respected figure in the sport, Harris' future looks bright.
Despite his impressive start to his professional career, Harris remains focused on continuing to improve and make a name for himself in the heavyweight division.
With his combination of power and technical skill, he has the potential to become a major force in the sport in the years to come.