Louie Lynn remained undefeated with a convincing win behind-closed-doors.
The 24-year-old, who is from Banstead, took less than two rounds to get rid of Monty Ogilvie.
Lynn, formerly trained by Kevin Mitchell, is now 7-0 with six quick after his inside-the-distance victory over the Scot.
The fight, at the BT Sport Studios in Stratford, London, was sensationally one-sided, with the 28-year-old opponent in deep water from the beginning of proceedings, with Ogilvie dropped in the opener, exclusively live on BT Sport.
Ogilvie, who has a degree in human biology at Edinburgh University, was undone by a right hand over the top and now has a ring record of 9-2 with one quick.
He saw the canvas for the second time and the referee, Bob Williams, waved the action off after just two minutes and one second of the second round.
“I’m trying everything I can to keep myself in check,” Lynn, the 2017 amateur elite champion, said afterwards. “I’ll be ready to fight again whenever I’m called upon.”
Frank Warren, Lynn’s promoter, has another behind-closed-doors show scheduled for July 31 at the BT Sport Studios, with Dec Spelman challenging Lyndon Arthur for the Commonwealth light-heavyweight title atop a card that also features Caoimhin Agyarko and Liverpudlian trio Nick Ball, Andrew Cain and former ABA senior elite champion at 56kgs Bradley Strand.