Carl Frampton successfully defended his Commonwealth super-bantamweight title with an impressive seventh-round stoppage against Kris Hughes in London.
The Belfast fighter controlled the contest from the start and was never threatened by Hughes at York Hall.
Frampton floored Hughes with a powerful right hook early in the seventh and the Scotsman was deemed unfit to continue after struggling to his feet.
The win extends Frampton's unbeaten professional record to 12-0, while it was Hughes’ second defeat.
Meanwhile, in Atlantic City, Irish featherweight Patrick Hyland extended his unbeaten professional record to 25-0 with a comprehensive points victory over Emmanuel Lucero.
Hyland easily outpointed his Mexican opponent – who was defeated by Manny Pacquiao back in 2003 – 77-75 78-74 79-73 at the Resorts Casino venue.
The Atlantic City card saw the three Hyland brothers fight as Paul enjoyed a six-round bout victory over Arturo Santiago from Puerto Rico to take his record to 21-2.
However, younger brother Eddie failed to make it a clean sweep for the Tallaght family as he was outpointed by Franklin Gonzalez in a four-round contest earlier in the night.