LAUREN Price knows there is plenty more to come despite easing to her first stoppage victory as a professional.

The 28-year-old from Hengoed beat Timea Belik at the O2 arena to go 2-0 since stepped up from the amateur ranks.

The Olympic gold medallist landed some telling blows on her Hungarian opponent and the referee stepped in to stop the contest in the fourth round.

“I thought I boxed alright, I caught her with some good shots,” said Price. “There is still some stuff I can work on, but overall it was not a bad performance.

“I caught here with some big shots and could see in her face I was hurting her, but she is a tough girl. The pro game is a lot different to the amateurs and credit to her."

Price’s win came before Savannah Marshall’s bid to become Britain’s first female undisputed world champion was ended by old foe Claressa Shields on points.

In what was the culmination of a simmering decade-long rivalry, American Shields avenged her only career defeat, at the hands of Shields in their amateur days back in 2012.

The 27-year-old won a unanimous decision after a stunning bout to add Marshall’s WBO middleweight belt to her WBC, WBA and IBF crowns.

On a memorable night there were also wins for Caroline Dubois and Karris Artingstall.

Alycia Baumgardner beat fellow American Mikaela Mayer in the narrowest of split decisions to become unified world super-featherweight champion.