Gallen wins, but boxing was the loser on the night.
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Cronulla Sharks captain Paul Gallen has made it two wins from as many professional bouts after a dislocated shoulder forced his opponent and former Sharks teammate Anthony Watts out of the heavyweight clash.
The bout, held at Sydney’s Hordern Pavilion, lasted just 88 seconds before referee Mick Heafey called it off because Watts was unable to continue.
Both men threw wild punches in the opening stages, with Gallen the more assertive of the two.
Watts caught the 33-year-old with a good shot before Gallen reasserted himself on the fight, landing a few solid blows.
Both fighters threw more punches before Watts pulled away in obvious distress.
Watts, who was only released on bail four months ago for his involvement in a Queensland bikie brawl, was unable to continue.
The result leaves Gallen with a 100% record from his two fights, whole Watts now sits at 1-1.