Jared Anderson is already one of boxing's most promising heavyweights at 22 years old.
The American bruiser scored the 12th win of his career Saturday with a second-round finish.
Keep scrolling for highlights of his win, as well as the other results from the Top Rank show.
There are numerous reasons an American 22-year-old is becoming one of boxing's biggest attractions.
Jared Anderson is a clobbering heavyweight with creative ring walks and a continually-evolving skillset that has seen him defeat every opponent by knockout in his pro career so far.
In a nutshell, he's essential viewing.
And he proved as such once again Saturday when he battered Miljan Rovcanin in the second round of a fight scheduled to go eight, at the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Anderson's methodical approach to the sport was highlighted in the 12th fight of his career as he targeted his opponent's body, hurting him there to soften him up.
He switched stances and refocused on the head as if he knew by instinct that Rovcanin would fall.
Watch the finish right here:
"I was very calm. I was very patient," said Anderson, in a post-fight statement sent to Insider.
"I felt very relaxed, pretty much the most relaxed I've ever been," Anderson said. "I heard my coach tell me to switch [stances]. I listened to him as always, so that was really the reason I switched."
Anderson wasn't the only rising prospect to continue their progression at the Top Rank show as Richard Torrez advanced his pro boxing record to three wins (three knockouts) with a 44-second finish over Marco Antonio Canedo.
See Torrez's win right here:
Elsewhere, Jose Pedraza, one of Puerto Rico's best boxers, scored a draw with Richard Commey and called for a rematch.
"I've never turned down a fight, and I'm not going to start now," said Pedraza in a statement sent to Insider.
"Whatever Top Rank wants for me. If they demand a rematch, I'm ready to give Richard Commey a rematch because he deserves it and I have the utmost respect for him."
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