LONDON - Jamie McDonnell stopped Tabtimdaeng Na Rachawat with a sweet left hook in the tenth round to regain a version of the world bantamweight title on Saturday. The English boxer won the vacant World Boxing Association (WBA) bantamweight title after Na Rachawat was halted with a minute of the tenth round remaining on the undercard of Carl Froch-George Groves at Wembley Stadium. McDonnell, 28, had assumed control of the fight and uncorked a beautiful counter left hook on the ropes that sunk Na Rachawat. The Thai got to his feet at the count of seven but his legs betrayed him and he stumbled into the ring post before the fight was waved off. McDonnell, from Doncaster, suffered a setback early on when he was cut above the left eye by a clash of heads in the third round.–AFP