Oleh Dovhun, a contender in the Super Bantamweight division, has moved one step closer to a world title shot after his second defense of the WBA NABA title. He secured a 10-round unanimous decision over Juan Centeno in the headliner of a five-bout card at The Priory Grand Hall in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The event was promoted by Integrity Fighter Management and Joe DeGuardia’s Star Boxing. Despite an accidental clash of heads that caused a cut on his left eyelid, Dovhun showcased his skill and maintained a consistent work-rate throughout the match, winning by scores of 100-90 on all cards. Dovhun’s undefeated record now stands at 15-0, while Centeno’s is 8-7-3. Dovhun is managed by Integrity Fighter Management and promoted by Joe DeGuardia’s Star Boxing.
In the co-feature, Devaun Lee caused a stir by stopping previously unbeaten hometown fighter Kiante Irving in the fourth round of their six-round super middleweight bout. Despite Irving’s early aggression, Lee was able to take control and landed several accurate shots, leading to the fight being stopped at 2:03 in the fourth round. Lee’s record is now 11-8-1 with six knockouts, while Irving’s falls to 11-1-1.
Joe Turk extended his unbeaten streak with a four-round unanimous decision over Isaiah Margheim in a heavyweight bout. Turk, from Pittsburgh, now has a record of 3-0-1, while Margehim, from Sandusky, Ohio, is 1-3. Jordan Zlacki won a four-round split decision over Eric Palmer in a welterweight battle. Zlacki, from Springdale, PA, now has a record of 3-5, while Palmer, from Uniontown, PA, is 14-17-5.
The opening bout featured debuting cruiserweights Devon Siegfried and Matteo Gardner. Siegfried emerged the victor after dropping Gardner with a right hook in the third round for the 10-count at 1:05.