TKO Ending in Powdrill v Meng Fight
Fanlong Meng dominates Australian boxer Rob Powdrill in their international encounter on Wed 25th May 2016 at Diamond Court in Beijing, China / Pic: Boxing Bob Newman/Ringside

The Powdrill v Meng bout saw Chinese Olympian stopping Aussie boxer in the forth round on Wednesday 25th May at Diamond Court in Beijing.

The Powdrill v Meng bout was featured in the IBF flyweight world championship card Amnat Ruenroeng v John Riel Casimero.

Chinese Olympian Fanlong Meng broke down Australian tough man Rob Powdrill over four rounds for the TKO stoppage at 1:23 of the fourth, writes Bob Newman at Ringside in Fight News report. Powdrill tried his best, but he took too many blows, hitting the deck twice and was on his way to a third trip south along the ropes when the referee intervened with the merciful rescue. Meng goes to 7-0, 5 KOs while Powdrill slips to 6-3, 1 KO.

The main event titled John Riel Casimero as a new IBF champion. Filipino paid back to his Thai vis-a-vis Amnat Ruenroeng by taking a knockout victory. It was a short right to the jaw that led to a vicious left hook to the belly a few moments later. It officially ended the contest at 2:10 in round four when referee Tony Weeks reached the count of ten. Casimero claimed the belt as well as broke a no longer undefeated record of Ruenroeng.

A former undisputed heavyweight world champion Mike Tyson attended the event, which is part of the ongoing convention connected to the International Boxing Federation (IBF).