Lee McGregor pleased as he easily racks up second pro victory
Bantamweight Lee McGregor made short work of Kamil Jaworek as the Edinburgh youngster secured his second victory of his professional career at the Leicester Arena on Saturday night.
Following a debut first-round stoppage at the Royal Highland Centre last month, the 20-year-old was again head and shoulders above his Polish opponent before the contest was brought to a halt in the second round.
The Scottish and British 56kg champion will now reluctantly take some time off over the Christmas break before preparing for a busy 2018 in the ring.
“It was a good performance. I got to showcase my skills a little more but nowhere near what I am capable of,” McGregor said. “He was more durable than my last opponent but as the opponents get better then I’ll improve myself.
“I would fight every week if I could. I’ll have a wee break over Christmas but then I’ll be right back to the gym. I hope to be back out in February or March time and get another win. I want titles soon so hopefully I can pick one up next year. I just want to keep working hard and impressing.”