RENFREW super lightweight boxer Callen McAulay cruised to his second professional win on Thursday night.

The 19-year-old beat Naheem Chaudhry at St Andrew’s Sporting Club’s Burns Night at the Radisson Blu, winning every round in the process.

The awkward style of the Blackburn-fighter made McAulay wary of rushing in, with the Englishman often having his guard down as he moved around the ring.

But in truth the result never looked in doubt, and the Renfrew teenager is looking forward to his next test in the ring.

He said: “He was an awkward opponent, he was quite hard to hit but it was a good experience.

“He was quite a good amateur, and he had the skill to be able to move and be elusive and be hard to hit.

“That was his sort of game trying to get me in, but I just waited and didn’t play his game, as that’s when I’ll get caught.

“That was the main thing, my game was to not get hit and to be honest I didn’t get hit much.

McAulay is looking to March 3 as his next fight date at the Paisley Lagoon, and it’s likely to be another four round contest.

The Renfrewshire fighter hopes to progress towards six rounders by the end of 2018, but is in no rush to make the step up just yet.

He added: “I felt good, I felt fit. I felt it towards the end where I felt slightly fatigued in the fourth round. I’ll look at another one or two four rounders.”