Last night at Oasis Leisure Centre in Swindon, England, two of the top light heavyweights in the UK saw action but had very different results.
Commonwealth kingpin Nathan Cleverly, 15-0 (5), continued to show excellent form while destroying big puncher Samson Onyango, 18-4 (12), of Kenya in a single round.
Onyango, nicknamed "The Hammer" came into the bout with the reputation of being a danger man but it was the sharply-skilled 21 year old Welshman Cleverly who landed the bombs to end the night early.
Cleverly has now retained his title for the second time, achieving a knockout result in both instances.
Current British and former Commonwealth Light Heavyweight Champ Dean Francis, 30-3-1 (24), had a much harder time as he was held to a draw after eight rounds in a non-title bout at cruiserweight by former British Masters Super Middleweight titlist Joey Vegas, 11-4-1 (4).
Born in Uganda but now residing in London, Vegas gave away ten pounds in weight to the 200 lb Francis but took everything the heavy-handed British Champ could dish out and had no problems finding the target.
Cleverly has reportedly been campaigning for a unification match against Francis but the 36 year old from Bristol is said to have cruiserweight aspirations and in particular, wants to face Wales' WBO Champ, Enzo Macarrinelli.