Tinker takes out Cintron to wrap up fourth straight knockout win
Scarborough's Matthew Tinker wasted no time in wrapping up a fourth straight knockout win as he continues to impress in the professional ranks.
Tinker, 29, overwhelmed Jesus Javier Cintron before the referee waved Saturday's contest off in the early stages of the second round.
The Scarborough light-heavyweight has now taken just five rounds to dismantle four opponents since turning professional in the United States, where he now lives.
Cintron raced forward in the early stages of the first round of the fight in Windham, Boston, but southpaw Tinker quickly backed his man up with a series of short uppercuts and backhand left hands.
The Scarborough man then forced Cintron to take a knee with a flurry of left hands, and the referee rightly waved the fight off.