There were two good cards last night in Scotland with several of the top men in the country in action. At the Scottish Exhibition Centre in Glasgow, ex-Commonwealth Lightweight king and European Union Super Feather titlist Willie Limond returned to the ring for the first time since losing to Amir Khan last July.
Local hero Limond, 29-2 (8), took on the always tough Martin Watson, 14-5-1 (6), of Coatbridge and outfoxed the former Celtic Champ to win a wide points verdict 119-109, 119-111 and 118-110 and capture the vacant IBO Intercontinental Lightweight belt.
At the Beach Ballroom in Aberdeen, Lee McAllister, 26-1 (5), won his 19th straight and retained the WBU Lightweight strap with a decision victory over steel chinned Romanian Mihaita Mutu, 22-12-2 (9), after twelve rounds.
Lanky Sheffield light middle Tynan Booth, 10-4 (2), stunned former Commonwealth title challenger Colin McNeil, 11-3 (3), via a devastating first round knockout while super middle Paul David, 9-3 (3), won his fourth on the bounce by outpointing Ayitey Powers, 13-12-1 (9), after six.
Welterweight Nadeem Siddique, 21-0 (5), stopped Salaheddine Sarhani, 4-12 (3), in the fourth round of a scheduled six.