Barrhead boxer Gary Rae survived a scare against Simas Volosinas – winning on points last Thursday.
Rae was knocked to the canvas after a powerful right hand in the third round, but recovered well to win the fight at the Radisson Blu hotel.
Despite the knockdown, Rae was quickly back to his feet, winning the other three rounds to triumph 38-37.
It was the former Barrhead ABC fighter’s third win as he continues his 100 per cent record since turning pro last year.
On a night that honoured former WBO World Flyweight Champion Pat Clinton, Dumbarton’s Martin Harkin comfortably outpointed London-based Italian Victor Edagha.
In what was quite a cagey contest Harkin controlled the bout contest from the outset, sticking to his boxing skills against the awkward Edagha.
Welterweight Harkin came to press the contest, however Southwark’s Edagha displayed good movement throughout and it was his footwork that kept him out of trouble from the Harkin attacks.
Harkin is following in the footsteps of his father who also competed for several titles at the famous St Andrew’s Sporting Club.
Harkin displayed a good jab throughout and pushed the spoiler Edagha on to the back foot throughout the duration of the contest, utilising his well timed jab, right hand combination effectively.
Referee Kenny Pringle scored the contest 60-54 in favour of Dumbarton’s Martin Harkin who remains undefeated.
The upset of the night came as Kilmarnock Welterweight prospect Jordan Beveridge was stopped after one minute and thirty four seconds of round number one by Edvinas Puplauskas.
Referee Kenny Pringle stopped the contest as Puplauskas landed two wild right hands on the temple of Beveridge sending him to the canvas. Beveridge got to his feet, however the referee judge the 20 year old in no position to continue.