Raymi, on the verge of setting a new record for most opening round victories to start a career, swiftly saw off the previously unbeaten Omar Awdan (8-1, 4). This bout, which lasted just 78 seconds, was Raymi's 13th victory of the year and it's be an absolute shock if he didn't move to 20-0 (20) by the end of the year.
As well as Raymi's victory over Awdan the fans also got the chance to see a quintet of other bouts. These included a 4 round decision for Ali Salem (9-0, 1) who over came Wesam Maqrami (5-2, 3) and may have entered himself into the Raymi sweepstakes.
Alongside Raymi's stoppage victory there were also early stoppages for Faisal Fittini (2-0, 2), who stopped Sam Iwuji (1-1) in the second round, and Prince Maz (2-0, 2), who took out Khaled Sulaym (1-3, 1) in the opening round.
The remaining two contests on the show both went to decision as Akram Jafwi (3-0, 1) out pointed Alwan Hawshabi (3-5, 1) and Felix Arno (4-0) extended his unbeaten run over coming Esayas Dagim (2-2, 1) by decision.
As well as the action in Yemen there was also a contest in Indonesia as the promising Defry Palulu (5-0, 5) took out compatriot Boido Simanjuntak (16-21-1, 5) in the second round. Although it's early to say we think it may be worth keeping a close eye on Palulu who could well prove to be one of Indonesia's rare talents. Aged 22 and dubbed "The Beast" he certainly appears to have power and plenty of promise.