Bradley Skeete suffered a damaging defeat to Diego Ramirez as the former British champion lost a third career contest.
Caught with a huge overhand shot he never recovered from, Skeete lost via early stoppage for the second time in his three fights.
Ramirez capitalized on Skeete hitting the floor and being unable to regain his senses.
Skeete is now 28-3, whilst Ramirez improves to 17-2.
Flyweight star Sunny Edwards recovered from being dropped early on to beat Junior Granados on the scorecards in the co-feature.
The younger brother of next week’s world title challenger Charlie, the 22 year-old was able to dust himself down and carry on following a second round knockdown.
Superior boxing ability won the day with Edwards seeing out a wide win with the three ringside judges.
Caoimhin Agyarko hit 2-0 with an impressive display. The middleweight dropped previously undefeated Yasin Hassani twice on his way to a six round decision.
Hassani drops to 6-1 with the reverse.
An eighth triumph provided Ryan Garner with a sixth career stoppage as the Southampton man overwhelmed Jose Aguilar.
Garner took Aguilar out in three rounds for a second win of 2018.
Hamza Sheeraz took his C.V. to six wins with a lopsided points win over Jordan Grannum. At just 19, the super-welterweight is already making headway at domestic level.
Cruiserweight James ‘Special’ Branch made it successfully to 3-0 with a points victory. Whilst Mark Chamberlain took just 40 seconds to dispatch of Aleksandrs Birkenbergs.
In the opener, Mohammad Bil Ali won a four-round decision over the experienced Andy Harris to begin his pro career with a win.
NOTE: Daniel Dubois came down with flu this week and is bitterly disappointed that he will not be fit to box on Saturday night. He was deeply apologetic to his fans.
Dubois said: “In a sport like boxing, if you are less than 100 percent health-wise going into the fight, then the only sensible option is to withdraw and go again on another date.
“It is bitterly disappointing for me, all the same because I was looking forward to reaching double figures in professional fights before Christmas.
“That will just have to wait now and I can only say I am sorry to Razvan (now boxing Nathan Gorman on the card) and the people who were coming out to watch me on Saturday night.”
Promoter Frank Warren said: “This is a big blow but the show must go on. I feel for the fans but if Daniel has got the flu, there’s no way I’m letting him fight.
“It’s important we still deliver to the live and the TV audience and they can look forward to seeing many of London’s finest boxing talents on Saturday night.”