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Prospect McCrory wastes no time getting rid of Guillen, writes Jonny Stapleton from ringside

FEARGAL McCRORY gave legendary Belfast coach John Breen the perfect 69th birthday present as he ensured late replacement Elvis Guillen exited the building early doors on the Mark H. Dunlop promotion at the Europa Hotel. The Coalisland native, with Commonwealth title ambitions, initially looked like he wanted to take the Nicaraguan rounds as he stood off twice upon hurting his foe with straight lefts. But with just seconds remaining in the stanza he changed his mind, piling on the pressure and forcing referee Hugh Russell Jnr to take action 2-46 into the opener. It somehow took Belfast’s James Tennyson longer to secure stoppage victory on the card. The former superfeatherweight world title challenger, with eyes for Matchroom’s Joe Cordina, looks extremely powerful at lightweight and seemed to be doing Brayan Mairena damage from the off.

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