A Ruislip boxer won the vacant Southern Area super-welterweight title last month after stopping his opponent in impressive style.
Dean Richardson showed his worth in stopping ex-champion Nathan Graham in two rounds after an array of powerful shots.
Now on a run of 11 consecutive wins, eight stoppages, the ambitious boxer will have his eyes on the next prize.
Richardson, who was much taller than his opponent, started off strong out of his corner and immediately used his height and stature against Graham.
It was not long into the second round when the Ruislip boxer landed a strong counter punch on his opponents chin which was followed by massive cheer from the York Hall crowd as Graham was on the deck.
Even though he got up, the referee waved it off as he never looked like he was going to recover.
On his Instagram page, Dean thanked his fans for their constant support.
He said: “Thank you to everyone that has supported me to this point so far. None of this could be possible without you.
“Always brought an incredible atmosphere wherever I have fought, and Saturday night was something else. Got love for every single one of you.
“Nathan Graham was nothing short of a gent throughout and I wish him nothing but the best for the future. He’s had a great career and deserves the highest respect.
“Was brilliant picking up my first pro title and I believe I will pick up many more along the way. Can’t wait to see how high we can go.”