By Miguel Assuncao
Wembley Arena, Wembley, London, United Kingdom - Hughie Fury (19-0-0, 10KOs) wins his first fight in 2016 with a dominant points win over Texan Dominick Guinn (35-11-1, 24KOs).
Fury - cousin of world champion Tyson - was originally due to face Nagy Aguilera but had to shift his attention to the seasoned American at short notice.
Guinn, 40, has only fought once since 2013 and struggled to deal with the longer reach of the younger man and rarely posed a threat.
Fury worked the double jab throughout - occasionally to set up a follow up lead hook - and showed good ring generalmanship, moving to his right and left to set up his shots.
Tyson Fury took over the ring card duties for the eighth round to draw the loudest cheer during the fight, as Hughie continued win the rounds on his way to a 100-90 points win.
Hughie Fury is scheduled to fight again on the undercard of Billy Joe Saunders against Max Bursak on April 30 at the Copper Box, London