A BRADFORD boxer continued his unbeaten record by easing to a clear points win on his TV bow.

A vast array of silky skills were on show as Amin Jahanzeb won his eighth professional contest 60-54 live on BT Sport.

The flashy fighter faced a tough journeyman who had only been stopped three times in his 104 defeats at Bethnal Green's York Hall.

Jamie Quinn is the type of boxer that is utilised by promoters and managers to help youngsters gain much-needed professional experience.

The number of times he fought last year (26) is an indication that he is a man who will also save a show when needed, like he did on this night.

Jahanzeb was supposed to box 5-1 Irish featherweight Liam Gaynor but after a late pull-out, Quinn stepped in on a few hours notice.

It was clear from the onset that the Stockport-born boxer did not turn up to win and was merely there to provide the Bradfordian with a challenge. Could Jahanzeb get him out of there?

In what was a quiet opener, the favourite stunned his opponent with a nice body shot before the bell.

The tight Quinn guard was restricting the 24-year-old to one-punch assaults. Although, this was a hindrance, it did allow Jahanzeb to show off his fantastic footwork and switch-hitting ability.

The reflexes he showed were certainly easy on the eye, but you do wonder if that low guard will be his weakness as he moves up through the levels.

There were even spells in the contest where the pair would exchange words, almost making it like an exhibition.

The Tunde Ajayi managed boxer was achieving most of his success by targeting the Quinn midriff, so much so, that crazily in the final round 'Devil Child' was screaming for him to hit his body.

Jahanzeb hit and move style from different angles presented flashbacks of when Naseem Hamed was coming through.

Although, the pair's power can not be comparable. The former featherweight king knocked out 83% of his opponents, while Jahanzeb only has the two KO's from his first eight bouts.

As the Bradfordian was racking up the rounds, Quinn had nothing to offer at all.

In the final round, the Yorkshireman put his foot on the pedal, attempting to do what only Anthony Cacace, Sam Maxwell and Kane Gardner had done in the past.

However, the knockout punch or smashing flurry did not come as the two came together in a sinister, yet friendly, embrace at the final bell.

Jahanzeb told IFL TV after the fight: "I was just messing about really and showing someone how to shadow box. Whoever we get next hopefully I will show them my best.

"I didn't learn anything. That was only 5% (of what I am capable of).

"I give that performance a 2/10 because I didn't want to unlock the other 8. When another opponent comes along I will show everyone 10/10."