Peter Queally well and truly brought the 3Arena to its feet with a stunning come-from-behind victory to defeat Ryan Scope on the Bellator Dublin main-card.
The Showstopper lived up to his billing in every possible sense of the word with the biggest win of his career to date.
Queally walked to the cage with the thunderous support of the Dublin crowd behind him as they completely drowned out the walk-out of his opponent Scope with an acapella rendition of The Cranberries hit, Zombie.
In the opening round, Queally fought like a man fired up beyond belief by the energy of the crowd in support.
All in all, it was a close round but the intensity was certainly with the home fighter as he pressured Scope from the first bell to the end of the opening stanza.
Momentum swung wildly in Ryan Scope’s favour in the second, however, as he connected with a perfect head-kick to the dome of the Showstopper – following up with a barrage of ground-and-pound.
As tough as they come, Queally somehow managed to regain top position before returning the bout to the feet and assaulting Scope with a flurry, knocking him to the ground before securing the finish via strikes.
It was a truly extraordinary showing from The Showstopper from walkout to conclusion, one that left the fans in an absolute frenzy.
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