Former White Hart Lane ABC rep Jeamie Tshikeva was pleased to showcase a variety of his boxing skills during his six-round points victory (58-55) over Camden-based Ukraine Kostiantyn Dovbyshchenko at Wembley's OVO Arena last Saturday.

The 30-year-old heavyweight, who during his amateur days at the Wood Green-based club claimed the 2018 London ABA Elite super-heavyweight title, returned to winning ways after his first professional loss to Igor Macedo last September at York Hall.

A right hand from the Brazilian opened a heavy cut above Tshikeva's left eye in the sixth round which forced referee Lee Every to halt the bout.

But this time round Tshikeva, whose parents are from Democratic Republic of Congo, was rarely troubled by the very game Dovbyshchenko, 32 and an opponent who has succeeded in 10 of his 26 outings.

Tshikeva, who is promoted by Ben Shalom's BOXXER stable, advanced to 6-1 and told Sky Sports: "I'm pleased that I've got to show a different side of my skill set - move, hitting and moving.

"Obviously I know every fighter can do better but I'm happy in the fact that I was able to showcase some different skills rather than coming forward hands up and letting my shots go.

"He was tough. He's relentless, he's durable. Every shot I was hitting him even some of them were hurting him but I knew that if I stepped up on the gas I knew he's still going to be there so I made sure I took my time. Every time I've thrown a shot that hurt him."