Gibraltar - Wembley super featherweight Youssef Khoumari opened up the show in explosive fashion as he battered and stopped Kane Baker in five rounds to move to 12-0-1 (5 KOs).

The unbeaten 24-year-old seized the attention of the domestic Super-Featherweight division with a ruthless win over Birmingham's Baker on his manager Dillian Whyte's undercard. 

Baker ruined the perfect record of Meshech Speare in his last fight, but Khoumari was completely dominant from the opening bell in Gibraltar as he rained down punishing hooks and jabs on the 'fan with a license'.

“I think the game plan worked really well," Khoumari told Matchroom afterwards. "I came out and I wanted to stand with him and box in-between. We executed it very well. Me and my coach Xavier Miller have been working on this game plan for a long time. The fight was scheduled for three weeks ago but it got pushed back, so we’ve been working on it for a long time.

"I’m happy and proud that our game plan came good on the night. I’m ready to go for whoever’s next. Kane is a tough guy and I hit him with a lot of good shots early on and he didn’t move, he kept coming and coming. He’s a really tough guy and he’s really hard to get out of there. I’m really pleased to be able to get the stoppage.

"I hope it puts a message out there to all of the super featherweights, lightweights, anyone in and around my division can get it. I hope they’re all on notice now they know who I am."