FEATHERWEIGHT Zeeshan Khan is eyeing a shot at a first pro belt in Bradford before the end of the year.

Khan made it 3-0 since leaving the amateur ranks when he headlined the bill at the Bradford Hotel – a show that saw four local winners.

And now he has already got his sights on winning a title in his home city.

Khan overcame a slow start to demolish experienced Nicaraguan opponent Reynaldo Cajina.

He had him down in the second round and then finished the job in the third, Cajina failing to make the count after being floored by two right handers.

Khan said: “The lad wasn’t a world beater but he was a different challenge and now I’m ready to move on.

“I want to do another two six-rounders and then fight for a title in December, again in Bradford.

“I’m out again in July and September then I’ve told them I want to go for a title.

“I want to do it here because I’m born and bred in Bradford and my life’s here.

“It was probably the best atmosphere ever. I’ve fought in the Doncaster Dome, the Echo Arena in Liverpool and York Hall as an amateur, some brilliant venues, but that was unbelievable.”

A boisterous full house also witnessed a second pro success for Khan’s close mate Jermaine Springer.

The light-heavyweight threatened to have Latvian Jevgenijs Andrejevs down in the first but dominated the four-round contest for a convincing points win.

Bradford’s Amin Jahanzeb made a winning pro debut at super-featherweight. The 21-year-old also claimed an impressive points victory against tough Ukrainian Dmytro Kostenko.

And cruiserweight Dan Garber, nephew of former pro Steve, was another points winner over Florians Strupits, of Latvia.

Khan said: “The crowd was great and there were all kinds of people there. It was brilliant to see.

“Now if everything goes to plan, hopefully I can be fighting for a title back in Bradford. Speaking to my coach, it can be a stepping stone to maybe going for the British title next year.

“I want to be moving on as fast as possible.”