Whateley stops Oganov at Wildfighter Boxing Round 2

Following the inaugural event presented in March, the second installment of “Wildfighter Boxing” was held last night (June 1) at The Timber Yard in Port Melbourne, Australia. Promoted by former IBO World Super Featherweight champion Will Tomlinson, the fight card featured a series of bouts with local and international competitors. The top of the bill saw Jason Whateley and Victor Oganov squaring off at cruiserweight.

The scheduled for eight rounds Whateley vs. Oganov bout ended prior to the final bell. The 28-year-old Rio Olympian from Victoria dealt with the pressure coming from his Russian-Australian opponent in the early rounds, to claim the stoppage win over the 42-year-old in Round 6.

“We got the win! Round 6 stoppage to claim the victorian cruiserweight title. Time to have a bit of r&r after a busy start to the year,” Whateley posted on Instagram Sunday morning thanking those helping him with the achievement.

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We got the win! Round 6 stoppage to claim the victorian cruiserweight title. Time to have a bit of r&r after a busy start to the year. Thanks to everyone who came along and supported me and also those who tuned in online! Massive thanks to Will for having me on the @wildfighter_ shows, it’s always such a pleasure. And it all couldn’t be done without the dedication of my trainer @boxing.coach.marcos, thanks heaps mate! @adaptivehealthandperformance thanks for helping me try not look like a twig with all the strength work, legend! My sponsors @silencethecritic @fightfuelaustralia @usanaau @punishfightgearandnutrition you guys are the best?? so many more I could thank who support me on my journey but I’ll do that in person! Onto the next one ??

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Ultimately, the Victorian boxer remained undefeated updating his professional record to 5-0-0 with 4 knockouts. The Perth-based fighter suffered the seventh defeat in his career dropping to 32-7-0, 30 KOs.

Among other bouts featured on the Wildfighter 2 fight card, super middleweight Simon Leafa scored a unanimous decision against Mark Smith. Light Heavyweight Blake Wells earned a unanimous decision against Sanong Seepongsert. Lightweight Shiva Mishra took a split decision against Furkan Demirkaya.

Wildfighter Boxing Round 2 results

Jason Whateley def. Victor Oganov by TKO R6
Simon Leafa def. Mark Smith by unanimous decision
Blake Wells def. Sanong Seepongsert by unanimous decision
Shiva Mishra def. Furkan Demirkaya by split decision
Sonny Abid def. Mark Arquiza
Aaron Spagnolo def. Elliot Sharp
Patrick Nestel vs. Callum Butcher – draw