Dublin’s Luke Keeler Recovered the WBO European middleweight title with an impressive unanimous points win over Conrad Cummings at the Ulster Hall.

At a struggle undoubtedly closer than the couple’s first meeting in April 2018, a significantly conspicuous Cummings lasted a cut above his right eye in the next circular which appeared to block his eyesight.

Omagh teen ager Callum Bradley also made a winning start from the ranks.

At the primary event of this day Keeler began around front , projecting much more shots than his competitor and landing several left hands to open the trimming above Cummings’ eye.

The Coalisland person, who recovered the European belt in December against Hungary’s Ferenc Berki, rallied to get the fifth and sixth rounds since he pushed Keeler onto the ropes.

However it was the 31-year-old Dubliner who ended stronger to register a 17th professional victory.

Nearly a year since his final amateur struggle, McComb added into his burgeoning reputation as he cruised by his six round bout with Troy James.

McComb’s stablemate McKenna also comfortably watched Oscar Amador while Ward secured a 10th professional triumph in comfortable manner.

The penultimate bout of the night saw 18-year-old Bradley making his debut in front of raucous aid, with the Tyrone person claiming a wide choice to go on to 1-0.

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