Sale fighters knocked it out of the ring in last month’s exhibition, amateur and professional boxing event, Fight Night.

On June 25, boxers of all levels, beginners through to pros, from Sale and across the state competed at Sale Memorial Hall.

In a huge night of boxing, almost 20 fights took place.

Headlining the event was the former Welterweight World Number 1, Caeser Amonsot, who faced Thailand professional boxer, Surachet Tongmala.

Three of Sale’s littlest boxers, Hiskins, Dominic and Mekhi, trained by Jhon Cortejos, had their first exhibition fights.

Local boxer Jhon Cortejos was the featuring event and a crowd favourite, stepping into the ring, taking on Dunlatip Samansulong in his first professional title fight.

The crowd went wild as the referee raised Cortejos’ hand above his head in victory. Cortejos defeated Samansulong by TKO in the second round.

Hayden Daymond was another Sale local to take out a title win. Daymond was victorious against his opponent in the Victorian Amateur Lightweight Championship fight, winning by TKO in the fourth round.

Sale’s Fight Night Champions Hayden Daymond (Amateur Regional Lightweight Champion), Jhon Cortejos (Professional FSA Super Featherweight Gippsland Champion) and Andrew Pritchette (Amateur Regional Heavyweight Champion).

They say three is a lucky number, right? Right!

Andrew Pritchette was one of the three Sale boxers to secure a title fight win. Pritchette defeated his opponent by unanimous decision in the Victorian Amateur Heavyweight Championship fight.

Cortejos said it was a great night.

“There was a good turnout for Fight Night last month,” he said.

“There were lots of fights across the event, with fighters coming from across the state and Sale won three title fights.

“It really was a great night for Sale boxing.”