It was another fantastic performance from Ibeth Zamora as she retained her WBC flyweight world title against Gabriela Sanchez on Saturday.

Zamora (32-6, 12 KOs) was in fine form against Sanchez (7-4), dominating the majority of the fight on her way to a superb unanimous decision victory.

The bill also saw teenage sensation Jonathan Lopez (2-0, 2 KOs) go up against Francisco Rivas, with Lopez continuing the fantastic start to his professional career with another great knockout win.

This weekend also saw highly-rated Philippines star Albert Pagara (33-1, 23 KOs) return, as he went up against Virgil Puton. Pagara earned a convincing points victory over eight rounds, as he now looks to secure big fights in 2021.

Elsewhere on Saturday, Eryk Apreysan (7-0, 5 KOs) extended his unbeaten record with a points victory over Kelly Figueroa, but there was a controversial split decision defeat for Costin Ion (8-3-2, 3 KOs) against undefeated Bernard Angelo Torres, with many in attendance believing Ion should have won.

IN OTHER NEWS: 19-year-old Aussie prospect, Ty Payne moves to 2-0. Fighting out of Kingscliff, New South Wales, Payne made an impressive return to the ring with a third-round knockout over Gary Ross at The Croatian Stadium in the Gold Coast.

Payne has great enthusiasm about his future and discussed his future.

"My work ethic is second to none and with the right management and people around me, I have no doubt I can go all the way, I have faith in the Big Bossman Tony Tolj and my training team is first class with The Moloneys and Bruno. I'm pumped for 2021 and all the years ahead, I'm 19 so I'm in no rush just listen to the team and keep racking up the wins.”

Iconic Australian trainer "El Tigre" Tony Nobbs opened up about his young prospect

"Ty showed good composure, listened to instructions. He got on the body and broke his game opponent down. It was only a matter of time before he got the stoppage.

He definitely benefited from several sparring sessions with Bruno "The Teriminator" Tarimo in the lead up to the Paul Fleming bout.

Powerhouse manager Tolj gave his thoughts on his new charge.

"Another clinical performance from Ty who boxed well, brawled when needed but didn't deviate from the game plan. Ty will return to the ring soon after the new year and all I can say is, here comes the Payne!"