In a one sided contest Andrew Selby maintained his undefeated professional record with relative ease.
Felix Moncada of Nicaragua looked largely out of his depth at times and was fighting for the first time outside of his home country. Moncada took a succession of blows in the fifth which prompted referee Victor Loughlin to halt proceedings.
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A late change of opponent gave Selby little to no chance of researching his counterpart as Castillo who was initially on the card to face him was forced to withdraw with a hand injury. Unfazed by the change Selby was in-charge of the flyweight contest throughout.
Selby, now 6 – 0 who will next fight in Wembley Arena on November 18th told The Daily Vale before this encounter:
“I would like to fight in Cardiff after Christmas for a title like European or maybe defend my British title.”