The Monaghan light welterweight had not fought since appearing on Mick Conlan’s debut undercard at Madison Square Garden on St Patrick’s Day after suffering a fractured hand.
Just over six months on, he was back in the ring at the Rivers Resort and Casino in Upstate New York where he scored a first round comeback KO.
Up against debutant Tyryen Hamilton, Fryers had the Niagara Falls fighter on the canvas twice, with the bout being stopped after the second stunning knockdown.
— Rivers Casino Resort (@RiversCasino_NY) September 24, 2017
‘Lethal Larry’s’ record now stands at 4(2)-0, and the Clones fighter is now set for a step up to six rounds.