On October 10, an evening of big boxing took place in Chavinigan (Quebec, Canada), in which undefeated Russian heavyweight champion Arslanbek Makhmudov (11-0, 11 KOs) met with Canadian boxer Dillon Karman (14-6, 13 KOs). The fight ended in the first round. Makhmudov struck only two hits and after the second missed jab, Karman fell. Then the boxer stood up, but, answering the judge’s questions, stood with his head down. The fight was naturally stopped. Dillon had been indignant for a while, but it was obvious that he was doing this only for show.
Thus, the quick victory by pure knockout became the eleventh in the impeccable track record of the Russian prospectus.
Recall that in December last year, Makhmudov defeated former WBC champion Samuel Peter by knockout in the first round. After that, the promoter of the fighter said that his ward is the best promising boxer in the world, and that he is quite capable of fighting fighters like Joshua or Fury.