JACK Cullen produced a fine display to outbox Avni Yildirim and pick up the biggest win of his career at Eddie Hearn’s Fight Camp.

Yildirim entered the fight on the back of an unsuccessful world title challenge against pound-for-pound superstar Saul ‘Canelo’ Alvarez.

And given the company he had mixed with, many made the Turk a heavy favourite against Little Lever’s Meat Cleaver.

But Cullen won in some style, taking the 10-round decision 100-90, 98-92, 97-93 on the three judges’ cards outdoors at Matchroom’s HQ in Brentwood, Essex, winning the IBF International super-middleweight title in the process.

Big fights now surely lie ahead for a fighter who has picked up back-to-back statement wins having taken Scottish star John Docherty's unbeaten record last November.

The Yildirim victory was the 27-year-old’s 20th as a professional, his record also including two defeats and a draw.