Rocky Fielding made quick work of Istvan Zeller at the Echo Arena on Saturday night - stopping the Hungarian boxer inside two rounds. Two clubbing left hooks nearly gave him a stoppage in the first round. The bell came to Zeller's rescue, but it was a very short-lived reprieve. Rocky's left hook did the damage again in the second round only this time, the referee had seen enough and stopped to contest.
Rocky Fielding got back to winning ways with a hard-fought split decision victory over former European champion Christopher Rebrasse at the Echo Arena. The Stockbridge Village boxer was in trouble early on having been floored in the second and it looked like the writing was on the wall early on. However, Fielding dug deep after the early wobbles to edge the contest on the narrowest of margins. One judge scored the contest 115-113 in favour of Rebrasse while two gave it 114-113 in favour of Fielding.
In front of a packed crowd at the Echo Arena, Rocky met Callum Smith in one of Liverpool's biggest fights in living memory. After taking a shot from Smith early in the first round, Rocky recovered to catch his opponent, but Smith struck another blow and the referee stopped the contest
Rocky further enhanced his reputation with a second round stoppage against American Brian Vera. The unbeaten super-middleweight floored the American twice to force the intervention of referee Ian John-Lewis. Vera, who holds a win over WBO middleweight champion Andy Lee, was expected to pose problems for the Liverpool prospect, but he could not cope with Rocky's superior punch power.
Finally back in the ring after nearly 9 months out following a hand operation, Rocky won every round to move his record forward to 20-0. Rocky picked his shots well in the early rounds and along with trainer Oliver Harrison, was happy to get the full 8 rounds under his belt.
The opening four rounds were fiercely contested as both men landed significant blows before Fielding scored with a flurry of punches to floor the Uruguayan in the fifth. Gonzalez Alcoba made it back to his feet but Fielding reapplied the pressure to force the referee to call off the contest.
Rocky overcame his injuries to both hands to win every round in a comfortable points victory against a durable Adamu, however the win was overshadowed by the weigh-in where Fielding hit the scales ahead of the 168lbs limit. The win maintained Rocky’s unbeaten record and moved him to 18-0.
Rocky kept hold of his super-middleweight title in style at Manchester's Phones 4u Arena, taking just two minutes and 32 seconds to floor Blackledge with a thumping left hook.
Rocky defeated Mohammed Akrong with an easy first round Stoppage to win the vacant Commonwealth Super-Middleweight title.
Rocky completely dominated this fight. It ended in 59 seconds as Rocky landed several body shots sending down Nieroda for the 10 count.
Rocky defended his English Super Middleweight title against Wayne Reed on the Bellew v Chelimba undercard. He dropped Reed three times in this fight and won via technical knockout in the 6th round.
On 6 October 2012, Fielding defeated Carl Dilks earning the vacant English Super Middleweight title.