Eamonn O’Kane got his hands on the IBF Inter-Continental title on Saturday night after a points victory against Kerry Hope.
O’Kane got the job done and came away with a 114-113, 118-111 and 116-112 victory.
The Dungiven fighter has now won the IBF belt, Irish belt and Prizefighter in his 12 fight career as a professional.
And O’Kane says there is more to come from him in the months ahead.
“I am delighted to get the win and the title and this moves me into the top 15 of the IBF’s rankings.
“ It was a good win for me and I now can push on with my career and see what comes up next,” he added.
Also on the bill Belfast’s Jamie Conlan blew away Walter Rojas in the first round of their contest.
Rojas had come to Belfast with quite a few knock-outs on his record, but he was wobbled, downed and then blown away by Conlan.
There was also victory for Daniel McShane as his opponent Oszkar Fiko was disqualfied by the referee in the third round after persistant fouling.
There was disappointment for James Tennyson as he was stopped in the second round by Pavels Senkovs.
And Dublin’s Phil Sutcliffe Jnr again impressed as he stopped Lubos Priehradnik in the fourth round.