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Bobby Fish wins pro boxing debut by second round TKO

Fish was fighting on the latest Floyd Mayweather Jr. exhibition undercard.
Bobby Fish

While the focus of the combat sports world is still on the aftermath of Saturday's UFC 281 in New York City, pro wrestler Bobby Fish made his pro boxing debut a successful one on Sunday on the other side of the world.

Competing on the undercard of the Floyd Mayweather Jr. vs. Deji Olatunji exhibition bout in Dubai, Fish (1-0) defeated Boateng Prempeh via second round TKO due to an apparent shoulder injury.

In the clip below, it's unclear how Prempeh (2-4) hurt his shoulder but after taking a glancing blow, he dropped to a knee and the fight was called.

The 46-year-old is currently a free agent after his AEW contract expired as the two sides were unable to come to a new deal.

Fish made his Impact Wrestling debut at September's Victory Road. He competed at Bound for Glory and then unsuccessfully challenged Impact World Champion Josh Alexander for the title shortly after.