Olympic Silver Medallist, Fred Evans (4-0) dominated the four rounder with William Warburton (25-132-10, 4KO), winning by a score of 40-36.

The scoring from the judges was reflective of the fight, Evans using a solid tactic of going to the body of Warburton to emphasize the divide in talent between the two men.

Warburton has become a prospects nightmare in the past, having beaten many a talented up and comer in his 25 win resume but Evans was not ready to join that list with an impressive display, possibly the best of his career to date.

Afghan Born Lottie Quryshi (0-1) had a debut he would want to forget on the night’s opener, handed defeat to Northern Ireland’s Casey Blair (5-38, 1KO) via third-round stoppage.

Quryshi started well enough, using the jab to gauge distance but the concern was there for all to see in the second after two solid right hands appeared to shook the debutant. Blair sensing his time for the upset, closed the distance in the third before engaging in a two-fisted assault that left referee Reece Carter with little choice but to intervene, calling a halt to a debut that Quryshi will want to quickly forget

Anthony Trow was a great addition to the commentary team on S4C

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