There was a full house for the fourth Fight Club event at the Alona Hotel which provided an action packed card from start to finish.
With live entertainment to complement the boxing the atmosphere was electric which pushed the fighters from Fighting Scots Gym in Mossend to up their game and put on some thrilling bouts.
In the novice bouts Stuart Maxwell edged out James McKeown, while Stephen Erwin dominated Rich Davies and looks a great prospect.
Ben McGivern was up against Stephen White with the EBF Scottish title at stake, with the latter’s fitness and accurate punching giving him the win.
After 10 years out David Ellis returned to the ring with a good win over Tommy Marcon and once he shakes the ring rust is sure to make an impact on the semi-pro scene.
Scott McIntyre had to settle for a draw after going toe to toe with Naheem Chaundry, but there was no doubt of the victor as Aidan McGlynn made his semi-pro debut as he proved his excellent potential against Martin Sweeney.
Paul Brannen found Jinny Lawton a tricky customer, but put in a hard shift and dug deep for the win.
The main event saw Ronnie Nailen take on Mikey Worswick with the EBF British and Celtic gold on the line.
Nailen showed flashes of his undoubted talent, but Worswick came to win and upset his rhythm at times. After six hard rounds the referee declared it a draw.
It was organised by Fighting Scots Gym and Mayhem promotions and sponsored by Clyde Scaffolding Ltd, Auto-Gleam, JM JBL Auto Electric SVS Ltd, Craighead Building Supplies and The Joker Bar.
Fight Club 5 is scheduled for February 21.