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Ben Whittaker entered uncharted territory to earn his latest victory.

The 2020 Olympic Silver medalist for Great Britain boxed his way into the eighth round before he closed the show versus Vladimir Belujsky. A light heavyweight fight all but destined to go the scorecards was brought to a halt when referee Mark Lyson deemed Belujsky unfit to continue at 1:49 of round eight Saturday evening on Sky Sports and ESPN+ from AO Arena in Manchester, England.

Whittaker stayed true to form, showboating nearly as often as he tagged the overmatched Belujsky. The unbeaten rookie prospect dropped right hands from long range, body shots and uppercuts before playing to the crowd by dancing, shimmying and even signaling for applause.

Action was more tempered in round two but all one way. Whittaker loaded up on right hands to the body and down the middle. Belujsky took the shots well but had nothing to offer in return.

Whittaker scored the bout’s lone knockdown in round three. A double left hook to the body and left uppercut to the chin forced Beiujsky on the defensive. Whittaker went right hand heavy, with four straight shots and an unintentional push forcing his opponent to the canvas.

The ensuing rounds were devoid of action until the eventual finish. Whittaker boxed and potshot Belujsky, whose willingness to engage far exceeded his ability to make it a competitive fight. Whittaker used his jab, long right hand and left hooks to the Ireland-based Slovakian at the end of his desired punching range but his insistence to treat a televised co-feature as a glorified sparring session sucked the life out of the crowd.

Whittaker dialed up the pressure in the eighth and final round to force a stoppage. The night marked his first career appearance beyond the sixth round but he was game to close the show.

Belujsky was rocked by an overhand right, to which Whittaker followed with a barrage of power shots. One final combination was enough for the referee to intervene, to the dismay of Belujsky (13-7-1, 9KOs) who was just 71 seconds from going the distance.

The win is the fourth in as many fights for Whittaker (4-0, 3KOs) as he completes his first full year in the pros later this month.

Headlining the show, undisputed super middleweight champion Franchon Crews-Dezurn (8-1, 2KOs) of Baltimore, Maryland defends her crown versus Hartlepool’s Savannah Marshall (12-1, 10KOs).

Jake Donovan is a senior writer for BoxingScene.com. Twitter: @JakeNDaBox