Enzo Maccarinelli got through his final tune-up ahead of his British cruiserweight title shot. (Photo by Scott Heavey/Getty Images)
Enzo Maccarinelli didn't look particularly good today, but that was more than good enough to top Ciaran Healy on body shots in the second round in Cardiff.
Maccarinelli (34-5, 27 KO) won the second fight of his comeback bid with relative ease, but was facing a natural middleweight who was too small and clearly not in great shape himself. Healy falls to 13-18-1 (4 KO).
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Maccarinelli now moves on to a March 23 date in Wolverhampton against British cruiserweight champ Shane McPhilbin (8-2, 5 KO), which is a strange toss-up fight given that McPhilbin, whose story as champ is great, really isn't any good and should, in theory, be chum for a fighter like Enzo, but who knows? McPhilbin can hang in and take a shot, and we all know how truly lousy Enzo's chin is, so anything could happen. All things considered, that fight's more interesting than it should be.