Campbell Hatton made it two wins out of two as he beat Levi Dunn on Saturday night.
The son of legendary Mancunian Ricky Hatton enjoyed his first fight at his father’s old home – the Manchester Arena.
He also made an emotional ring walk as his dad watched on from ringside, coming out to Man City anthem ‘Blue Moon’.
The four-rounder began at a fast pace with Hatton targeting his opponent’s body.
He appeared far more composed in the opener than for his pro debut five weeks prior.
On that night nervous energy clearly got the better of the youngster and his performance was affected as a result.
In round two, Hatton appeared to stagger Dunn on a couple of occasions.
The bout was scrappy at times with the 20-year-old still clearly inexperienced.
Dunn touched the canvas at the start of the third round seemingly as a combination of punches and a push from Hatton.
The correctly referee opted not to rule a knockdown.
Dunn put up a good fight for the full four rounds, but was ultimately outclassed by Hatton.
The final session allowed Campbell to see out his victory.
Referee Steve Gray scored the contest 40-36, meaning Hatton won every round.
He said in his post-fight interview: “It was night and day [compared to my debut].
“I went out there more relaxed, bit more composure and using my brain a lot more.
“It was weird [with no fans] to be honest, there was only 500 in Gibraltar.
“I would like there to be fans, but it’s probably what’s best for me – keeps me more relaxed and composed.”