(Video) Sheeraz Dominates Liam Williams with his team throwing in towel in Round 1

Hamzah Sheeraz asserted his dominance over Liam Williams in an electrifying first-round victory, defending his WBC International silver middleweight title with ease.

Following a brief postponement, the eagerly anticipated bout between Hamzah Sheeraz and Liam Williams finally took center stage at the prestigious Copper Box Arena in London, England, on February 10. Amidst a lineup brimming with thrilling matchups, including dual Commonwealth title clashes and the highly anticipated return of Anthony Yarde, the clash between Sheeraz and Williams undeniably stole the spotlight.

Boasting an unblemished record of 18 victories, Sheeraz entered the ring prepared to put both his WBC International Silver middleweight title and Commonwealth middleweight title on the line against the formidable Williams. With a remarkable streak of 7 consecutive victories via technical knockout and a commendable 8 title defenses, Sheeraz stood as a formidable force in the ring.

Meanwhile, Williams emerged as a credible challenger, showcasing his prowess by triumphing over Nizar Trimech the previous year, signaling a triumphant return following successive setbacks against Chris Eubank Jr. and Demetrius Andrade.

Backed by their impressive track records, Sheeraz swiftly established himself as the overwhelming favorite, surpassing even the loftiest expectations of fans. Exhibiting his superior reach and tactical finesse, the 24-year-old swiftly dismantled Williams’ defenses, delivering a devastating blow with a precision jab within moments of the opening bell.

Though Williams valiantly rose to his feet, his resilience was no match for Sheeraz’s relentless assault. Demonstrating unparalleled skill and agility, Sheeraz unleashed a barrage of calculated combinations, leaving Williams reeling. In a decisive moment, a thunderous uppercut sent Williams crashing to the canvas once more.

Despite his valiant efforts to rally, Williams found himself utterly outmatched by Sheeraz’s impeccable technique. With each successive blow, Sheeraz further solidified his dominance, prompting Williams’ corner to intervene, conceding defeat by throwing in the towel. Remarkably, the bout concluded in a mere 2 minutes and 38 seconds of the opening round.

With this emphatic victory, Sheeraz extends his undefeated streak to 19 wins, firmly establishing himself as a force to be reckoned with in the middleweight division. When questioned about his next potential adversary, Sheeraz’s promoter, Frank Warren, expressed interest in pitting him against former two-time IBO super-middleweight champion Chris Eubank Jr., issuing a bold challenge that awaits Eubank’s response.