Dempsey Wale registered his first stoppage victory as he kept up his unbeaten run in clinical fashion at the Metrodome.

Wale, the 26-year-old brother of the show's promoter, Josh, took Dean Wilkinson out with 2.18 gone in the fourth round on Friday night.
Referee Andy Brook stepped in with Wale dominant and landing heavily and at will to head and body on the Manchester man.
It moved the lightweight prospect to eight straight pro wins and he is eyeing up a title shot in the new year.
Barnsley-based Jimmy Doran also stayed unbeaten.
The classy looking southpaw, 22, won every round against another Mancunian in Sean Jackson.
Paul Clewes of Doncaster edged a thriller with York's Harry Matthews. He got the nod 39-38 from Brook in a bout nobody dared take their eye off. He's now four unbeaten.
Chesterfield debutant Amy Greatorex had a disastrous pro debut against Lithuanian Vaida Masiokaite.
She lost all four rounds against the journeywoman in what was a one-sided contest.
Read more from Dempsey in the Chronicle on Friday.