Josh Kelly dominated the world-ranked Gabriel Corzo in Newcastle on Saturday night - and then immediately called out two big name domestic rivals.

Kelly defended his WBO International super welterweight title with a unanimous points win over the previously unbeaten Corzo.

The 29-year-old, rated No2 in the world heading into the fight, is now ready for major fights and Kelly either wants a shot at the WBO world title or showdowns with Conor Benn or Chris Eubank Junior.

Kelly, who defeated Corzo with judges' scores of 120-107, 120-107 and 117-110, told DAZN: "I want big fights.  I want those big names, the Eubanks and the Benns.

"I would welcome any of those names to the north east.  Any of those names, they have my number.  I will take those dangerous fights."

Kalle Sauerland, global head of boxing at Wasserman Boxing, said: "This man is going to be a world champion, but what's next?

"We will push for that No1 spot with the WBO, but there are also a lot of names out there and some of them are looking for fights.

"They want the big fights in the autumn and this win sets that up nicely.  There is going to be a big end to the year for Josh."

Adam Booth, Kelly's coach, said: "I would let him off the leash tomorrow.

"It is time for Josh to show the level he is at and put him in with someone who is a name and who wants to throw their hands.

"Everyone loves big domestic showdowns, so let's make the fights because they are the fights the British people want to see."

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Darlington's Troy Williamson got back to winning ways after his defeat to Kelly last time out, beating Nicaraguan Ramiro Blanco on the undercard.

There was another Darlington win on the night, with unbeaten prospect Ben Marksby outpointing Ricardo Fernandez.

But there was disappointment for heavyweight Steve Robinson, with the Swalwell fighter losing on points to Franklin Ignatius.