Former world champion Carl Frampton predicted a dominant win for WBC heavyweight champion Tyson Fury - and that's exactly what happened on Saturday night.
Before a record crowd of 94,000 at Wembley Stadium in London, Fury scored a one-punch knockout of mandatory challenger Dillian Whyte to retain the title.
Fury was coming off a sensational knockout win over Deontay Wilder in their October trilogy clash. Fury was forced to overcome two knockdowns to stop Wilder in the eleventh round.
Whyte had been inactive since March of last year - and was one fight removed from a knockout loss at the hands of Alexander Povetkin.
Ironically, Fury used the same punch as Povetkin, a big uppercut, to send Whyte down and out in the sixth round. Whyte was able to beat the count, but he was out on his feet and stumbled into the ropes, which prompted the referee to quickly wave off the fight.
"It was a landslide, he won every round. Fury's final shot was a great one. He didn't really throw it before. Whyte was very square and he landed it sweet, game over. Fantastic performance," Frampton said.
"It was just a really lackluster performance from Whyte, but that's down to Tyson Fury. We've seen Tyson box-and-move before. He can do whatever he wants. It was so easy for [Fury]. Fury's on his own level. Fury seems to be getting better. SugarHill has brought something new to Fury - he was never a puncher before!'