Jack Cullen has only just won his first major boxing title but 'Little Lever's Meat Cleaver' is set to get the chance to win another in his next fight. 

Bolton's new English middleweight champion is being lined up for a clash with Commonwealth ruler Felix Cash this summer. 

Cullen stopped Jack Sellars in the eighth round on Saturday to pick up his maiden belt with Jack Flatley making it a memorable night for town by winning the English super welterweight title on the same night at the Whites Hotel. 

Now manager Steve Wood, head of VIP Boxing who promoted the show, says unbeaten Cash, attached to Eddie Hearn's Matchroom Boxing, is a real option for Cullen. 

Farnworth's Flatley, now unbeaten in 16 fights, meanwhile could return to the scene of his triumph after a longer rest after winning a war with Craig Morris at the weekend. 

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"There are opportunities at the moment for both of them," said Wood.  

"Hopefully Cullen’s going to get a Commonwealth title fight with Felix Cash. I’m working on that at the moment. 

"With Flatley, after a fight like that, he needs a bit of a rest, but maybe he can top the bill again at the Whites Hotel in September and defend the English title. 

"That's the plan at the moment." 

Flatley's thrilling 10-round points win over Shropshire's Morris is being seen by many as one of the fights of the year and proved a fitting climax to an action-packed night that featured some of the North West's top talent. 

"We knew it was going to be a good event," said Wood, who includes world featherweight champion Josh Warrington among the fighters he manages. 

"Everyone performed though. 

"The two English title fights were absolutely fantastic and the Flatley-Morris one, you wouldn’t think the human body could take the amount of punishment they took. 

"But that’s why they train so hard. Credit to them both. 

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"It shows you what an English title means. It meant a lot to Jack and it meant a lot to Craig Morris. 

"Hopefully Jack can go on and get bigger titles than the English but whatever he does from now on he’s been an English champion.

"He’s probably been in the small hall fight of the year as well."

An hour earlier Cullen had been a more convincing victor. 

He sent the brave Sellars to the canvas three times before the Halifax man's corner threw in the towel in the eighth round to bring an end to proceedings. 

The all-action display saw Cullen take some shots himself, and give trainer Tommy Battel more than a scare or two, but delighted more than 300 of his fans in attendance. 

"Jack Sellars went over three times and just kept getting up," said Wood.  

"Sellars kept coming back and hitting him but it wasn’t a close fight, it was one Jack Cullen was dominating. 

"Sellars showed tremendous grit and heart and he didn’t want to give up.

"It was his corner that did the right thing and saved him from taking any further punishment."

The show was streamed online and all the fights are available to watch on VIP Boxing's YouTube channel.