Bradley Pryce retained his Commonwealth light middleweight title with a stunning third-round knockout of Martin Concepcion at the Nottingham Arena.
Pryce unleashes the vicious left which ended the fight
The Welshman sent Concepcion to the canvas with crashing left hand - referee Howard Foster counted out the Leicester boxer.
Concepcion appeared to briefly lose consciousness and was given oxygen before leaving the ring unaided.
"I'm improving all the time. I'm ready for a world title shot," Pryce said.
"There are already three world champions in my gym and I intend to become the fourth as soon as possible."
The 26-year-old started cagily against Concepcion, who carried a reputation as a big puncher himself after a first-round win over unbeaten Matthew Hall in his last fight.
Pryce did enough to shade the early exchanges before both fighters began to unload big shots in the third.
Concepcion appeared to catch Pryce with a strong right moments before Pryce threw the left which sealed his dramatic win.