Jamie Conlan stays on track for Paul Butler showdown after Dublin victory

Jamie Conlan
Jamie Conlan

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.