Nigerian boxer Efe Ajagba secures 14th knockout of his professional career in a dominant display against Australian heavyweight Joe Goodall.
Efe Ajagba knocked out heavyweight rival Joe Goodall inside four rounds to extend his professional record to 19-1 and retain his WBC silver heavyweight belt.
Referee Tony Weeks halted the fight just under a minute into the fourth round as Ajagba's onslaught became too much for Woodall to defend himself properly in Lake Tahoe, Nevada.
The victory served as revenge for Efe who lost on split-decision to Goodall back at 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
This is only the second defeat of Goodall's professional career and the first time he has ever been knocked out as his only other loss was via split decision.
Efe Ajagba gets his revenge against Goodall
Efe Ajagba had spoken about the importance of this fight before hand, referencing his previous defeat to Goodall and hinting at a desire for revenge.
"This fight means a lot to me. For me, this fight is going to get me closer to a world title fight. So, after this fight, I'm going to see where we go," Ajagba said.
"We sparred each other a long time ago. I lost to him in the Commonwealth Games in 2014. So, that's the guy I lost to. This fight is going to be a rematch for me. This fight means a lot to me because I lost to him."