Morecambe’s top punching prospect believes he will be “unstoppable” by the end of 2014.
Isaac Lowe moved his professional record to 7-0 with a points victory over Ibrar Riyaz in Sheffield on Saturday night - his first fight since teaming up with Peter Fury, uncle and trainer of the resort’s heavyweight hope Tyson.
The 20-year-old, in his outing since moving up to super featherweight, was a comfortable victor on the undercard of Kid Galahad lifting the European Super Bantamweight title at the Ponds Forge Arena.
And the Westgate Warrior’s easy on the eye style caught the attention of some famous names in attendance.
Lowe said: “It was great being on such a big show.
“(World welterweight contender) Kell Brook came up to me and said I’d boxed well, (promoter) Mick Hennessy was there, so was Tyson.
“It was nice to have people like that watching me box. I’m used to being the one watching them.
“Having them come up to you and say you’ve got a bright future means you must be doing something right.”
After five months out, the Lancaster Boxing Academy fighter admitted he was over eager in the early stages but then controlled proceedings against a fighter who had only been stopped a handful of times in 60 fights.
Lowe said: “I was pleased with my performance.
“It was good to get some ring rust off and try out some new things I’d worked on with Peter.
“I rushed in a bit in the first round which is to be expected after the time out but once I started to slow down and work behind my jab things started to flow.
“But hitting his chin was like hitting metal. He made me work hard for the win.
“I’ve got the physical side down I just need to keep working on my boxing and my defence and within a year I’m going to be unstoppable.
“I’m only 20 but fight after fight I’m getting more ready for titles.”