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Maltese Boxer Cleavin Falzon Breaks Macedonian’s 18-Fight Winning Streak In Dog House Duel  

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Maltese boxer Cleavin Falzon put on an epic display of strength to defeat Macedonia’s Andrej Mitrov in a doghouse fight last weekend.

Falzon, also known as ‘Life’, was up against it in the Fort St Elmo octagon, with Mitrov entering the fight on an 18-0-0 run of successive victories.

It was a “dog house” rules fight too, meaning it would go on until one of the boxers quit or was knocked out.

The Maltese boxer from Vikings Boxing Club dominated from the start, showing no fear as he pushed Mitrov around the ring, with the Macedonian collapsing in a heap after 12 minutes to the delight of Falzon’s fans.

It was one of several fights to take place on the night, in an event that was organised by Centurion Fight Club and attended by Conor McGregor’s own coach John Kavanagh. 

The main fight of the night saw the UK’s MMA fighter Kiefer Crosbie take on the Netherlands’s Brian Lo-A-Njoe, a battle Crosbie easily won.

Well done Cleavin!

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