Robbie Davies Jr. added two belts to his collection last weekend. The WBA Continental super-lightweight champion won for the second time this year on Saturday night. Davies Jr., 29, got the better of Glenn Foot in what was an initially ill-tempered affair at the Metro Radio Arena in Newcastle. The former Knowsley Vale man, despite a nasty cut over his left eye, was able to dig deep and work towards a decision win via scores of 119-109, 118-110 and 117-112 to claim Foot’s Commonwealth title as well as the vacant British crown. Davies was the quicker to get down to business, bouncing in and out of range to find success with a snapping left hook early on. But the rhythm of his work was disrupted due to Foot’s use of the head on numerous occasions. From there on in, referee Bob Williams played a big role in the fight and was forced to step in and have a stern word with the pair more than a few times. Foot lost his composure at times during the fight, while Davies Jr’s ability to switch-hit ensured he looked flashy in parts. And after winning the first of a three-fight deal with Eddie Hearn and Matchroom Boxing, Davies Jr. will be hoping to be active going into the new year and will hope that manager Neil Marsh will be able to carve out some lucrative opportunities for him.