Katie Taylor served up a ruthless display to dominate against Miriam Gutierrez and defend her four world lightweight titles with a points win.
Taylor was ferocious from the bell against a previously unbeaten opponent who had no answer for her speed.
She floored Gutierrez at the end of round four with a sublime right-left combination and each time she thrust into an attack a stoppage looked close.
Gutierrez somehow survived but lost 100-89 100-90 99-91 on the cards.
Promoter Eddie Hearn dubbed Taylor “the greatest to ever do it in women’s boxing” moments after a masterclass where she blitzed 37-year-old Gutierrez.
“I’m very, very satisfied,” Taylor told Sky Sports. “She was heavy handed, if you go in complacent against those kind of girls you get beaten.
“I saw I hurt her in the first three seconds and thought I could get her out of there in the first round, how wrong I was. She was strong and durable but I hit her with some great shots in there tonight.
“It is all about legacy. People haven’t seen the best of me, I am just going to get better and better.”
More to follow.