Boxer Sebastian Singh is not a happy man after his loss to New Zealand’s Bowyn Morgan last night.
Speaking to Gladrap Channel Singh says he was stunned that the referee stepped in to stop the fight.
Singh started off well in the first round landing some heavy punches and according to the commentators he was leading after the first round.
He weathered the storm in the second round as Morgan proved to be the better fighter.
Singh says he was taking it slowly and knew he can go further.
After surviving the second round – Morgan went for a kill in the third round and Singh could not survive relentless barrage of combination punches.
Singh says despite the loss it was a learning curve for him and he now looks forward to 2019 season.
Singh lost to Bowyn Morgan via third round TKO as the New Zealander secures the PRO Box Pacific Welterweight Championship title.