Former world heavyweight title challenger Tomasz Adamek scored the 51st victory of his career as the Pole pleased his home fans in Gdansk on Saturday night.
The veteran was able to dominate Solomon Haumono to see out a wide points win after ten rounds and continue his push towards a final career championship chance.
In the tiple co-main events, cruiserweights Mateusz Masternak and Krzysztof Glowacki defeated Ismayl Sillah and Hizni Altunkaya respectively. Masternak claimed a points decision through ten, whilst Glowacki stopped Altnkaya in six.
At super welterweight, Maciej Sulecki remained undefeated with a 25th career win against Damian Bonelli. Sulecki took three rounds to get to job done.
Elsewhere in France, European super featherweight title holder Guillaume Frenois remains so with a unanimous verdict against Ruddy Encarnacion. Frenois took his impressive record to 44-1 as Encarnacion lost for the 26th time.
In the co-feature, lightweight contender and Luke Campbell conqueror Yvan Mendy is still on course for a world title opportunity after out-pointing Javier Clavero.
At separate events in Italy, former WBC cruiserweight champion Giacobbe Fragomeni decisioned Vitaliy Neveselyy to continue his comeback, whilst Domenico Spada regained the Italian middleweight title eleven years after his last reign as champion.
Opponent Andrea Manco suffered a cut in the fight which saw the official stop the contest after eight completed rounds and subsequently Spada took a close verdict with the judges.
Finally in Manchester, ex-world 154 pound title challenger Jimmy Kelly out-pointed Florian Wildenhof at the middleweight limit, whilst Peter Fury-trained heavyweight Con Sheehan made it six wins on the spin as a pro with a points win over Czech journey man Tomas Mrazek.