Glenrothes Boxing Club fighter Connor Law was described as a ‘machine’ after marking his professional debut with a first round stoppage on Sunday.
Law was up against fellow debutant Aaron Robinson in the Prospect Boxing Show at the Ravenscraig Sports Facility in Motherwell.
The 22-year-old southpaw came out firing, dropping his opponent early in the first round with a crushing left hand, and as the Fifer continued to dominate the fight, referee Victor Loughlin stopped the fight after Robinson’s corner had thrown the towel in.
Show promoter Paul Graham said: “Connor Law is a machine.
“He’s going places that lad. He’s looking good.
“I know he was disappointed not to get to the Commonwealth Games but the best thing for him is to turn pro.
“He’s one to watch and he’ll get to British title level no problem.”
Law, who hails from Kelty, is trained at Glenrothes Boxing Club by Steven McGuire Snr.