Jamie Conlan racked up another win at the National Stadium on Saturday night.
Conlan just had too much for the game, but limitied Adrian Dimas Garzon as the Belfast super-bantamweight got rid of his opponent in the fourth round of their eight round contest.
Thne victory means Conlan is now unbeaten after 15 fights as a professional and a possible clash with former World champion Paul Butler is on the cards.
Butler was in attendence on Saturday night and a showdown early next year is very much on the cards.
In the co-headliner Peter McDonagh claimed a 97-95 points win over Dean Byrne for the vacant Irish welterweight title.
And Ian Tims came out on top of another domestic duel as he recorded a 76-75 decision over Michael Sweeney in an eight-round cruiserweight contest.
Former two-time Irish senior amateur champion Declan Geraghty won all six rounds of his super-featherweight fight against Reynaldo Cajina of Nicaragua, while Jamie Kavanagh stopped Hungarian Ozkar Fiko after seven rounds of their lightweight bout.
David Maguire outclassed Josef Kusmirek to win a first-round stoppage while England’s Jamie Cox caught Ferenc Albert with a cracking right hook to also claim a first-round TKO.
Sean Turner knocked Gabor Farkas down three times in a minute to win on a first-round TKO and Ciaran McVarnock also won on the night.