Sheffield has a new English boxing champion tonight.
Sam O'maison demolished Kevin Hooper in the third round of the super lightweight contest to lift his first major title.
It was his third win at Platinum Suite, Bramall Lane - and certainly the most important.
The Ryan Rhodes-trained Sheffielder had started to find his range in the second round.
But in the third, he connected with a wicked right upper cut which propelled the 34-year-old Grimsby boxer to the canvas.
The former English Lightweight champion hung on desperately as he was pressured into two different corners.
But then two more stiff left hands to the jaw saw the referee step in to award O'maison his 15th professional win and increase his ranking profile and chances of major titles in the future.
The win came on the South Yorkshire man's 27th birthday - and the sporting boxer was quick to congratulate his challenger for taking on a meaningful and difficult assignment.
After the stoppage win, several of O'maison's exuberant fans rushed to the ringside but order was restored after they were told they should "celebrate this one properly" by the MC. They immediately responded.
Featherweight Razaq Najib (previously 7 2 0) outpointed Edward Bjorklund (1 9 1)
Super featherweight Loua Nassa (10 1 0) outpointed Kieran Holman.
Super middleweight Nicolie Campbell (3 1 0) stopped Patryk Buczek in round 2.
Super welterweight Jayce Dixon (3 0 0) outpointed Jordan Grannum (2 23 0.)