Steve Moxon will be making his GLORY debut on March 23 in London, and he's been staying busy ahead of that. Last month he scored a unanimous decision over Giannis Michalopoulos and today he fought again in Australia in his last fight of 2012.
Moxon fought Mostafa Abdollahi and picked up a second round KO win. He dropped Abdollahi once in the first and then finished him off in the second round.
The win brings Moxon to 5-1 on the year, with the lone loss coming to Frank Giorgi in modified Thai rules back in April, which was by split decision. Up next is the biggest fight of his career and probably the toughest fight to date also, against Jordan Watson on March 23 for GLORY.
Nathan "Carnage" Corbett was also supposed to fight on the card but unfortunately, his opponent Nikolay Falin had to pull out due to health reasons. Corbett's next fight is at Total Carnage 3 on March 9.
Paul Slowinski also won a unanimous decision over New Zealand's Nato Lauui, making it two wins in a row since his loss to Catalin Morosanu.