HISTORY was made at the Action Indoor Sports arena when local hero Lee Haskins shared the stage with his 19-year-old son. As befits a former IBF bantam champion, Dad topped the bill in his first outing for two years and took a straightforward six-threes verdict over Nicaraguan Sergio Gonzalez.
The Spain-based visitor was on his backside as early as the opening minute, but it was through poor balance rather than some hidden power in the southpaw jab that put him there; he never looked in trouble from then on.
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