A vocal Leeds following in Berlin saw Josh Warrington beat Edwin Tellez in the fifth round and stretch his undefeated record to twenty fights.
Tellez's corner threw in the towel after Josh began to move through the gears, and the fight served as a good workout in preparation for his eliminator for the WBC World Featherweight title against Dennis Tubieron in Leeds on April 11th.
"It was a strange one, I didn't want to overdo it," Josh told Sky Sports.
"So I wanted to get it done as quickly as possible, without any injuries so I can remain fully focused on April 11. It was good to fight away from home but once you've started you might as well be back at home."
Josh paid tribute to the fans who helped turn Berlin into another Leeds for the night.
"I'd like to say a massive thank you to everyone who went over to German to support me - they were brilliant.
"I felt like I was in a shopping centre in Leeds, never mind Berlin for the weigh-in and then all the way through the fight they were unbelievable and never stopped making noise."