By Elliot Foster
Lewis Crocker put on another scintillating display to remain undefeated.
The 20-year-old welterweight dazzled as he dispatched of Gyula Rozsas inside a round.
Crocker was brilliant and made a big impression to those at ringside with the hammering of the Hungarian import at the SSE Arena in Belfast.
The paramedics were required for the visitor after the stoppage, which was recorded by the BT Sport cameras ahead of their airing of Carl Frampton’s homecoming against Horacio Garcia, and he received oxygen before being led back to his dressing room under guidance.
But for Crocker, his unblemished ledger remained intact and he barely had to break sweat, much to his credit, to ensure that was the case.
Meanwhile, Tommy McCarthy laboured to a six-round victory over Blaise Mendouo.
‘Mac Attack’ boxed at the Arena for the second time in four weeks, having featured on the same bill as Ryan Burnett’s WBA Super and IBF bantamweight world title win over Zhanat Zhakiyanov back on October 21.
But he failed to keep up his form by getting another stoppage as he won on points by 60 points to 55.
Steven Ward laboured to a 60-54 points win over Poland’s Przemyslaw Binienda, while Marco McCullough stopped Josh Baillie inside three rounds and Reynaldo Cajina was retired by his corner at the end of three rounds against Davey Oliver Joyce.
And Gary Cully kicked off the action with a routine 40-35 points victory over Kane Baker, who was on the floor in the final round.