Back in 2006, Jimrex "The Executioner" Jaca from the Philippines gave Juan Manuel Marquez a resonably copetitive fight before he was iced in the 9th stanza. You may recall this was a televised fight in which the referee told the badly cut JMM that he was well ahead so he did not have to continue. For that indescretion, the referee was suspended for 6 months.
In 2008, former WBA super featherweight title holder Yodsanan "3-K Battery" Sor Nanthachai, stopped Jaca in Thailand in the 6th round.
Then, just last night (12-19), "3-K Battery," 57 (KO 46)- 3 (K02) -1 and a gaudy KO percentage of 75.41, met Ali Muzvai in his pro debut. Ali was iced in 4. 3-K had beaten such notables as Lakva Sims, Steve Forbes, Walter Hugo Rod riguez, Lamont Pearson, Ryhhei Sugita, and many more. Two of his three losses came in 1994. He has only lost once in his last 51 outings.
This is the kind of mismatch that does no one any good and will only result in a tragedy--sooner rather than later.