"Having my first professional fight, outdoors, in my home town at a packed-out stadium and winning by stoppage in the first round, what more could you ask for?" said Hull-born Campbell after the victory at Craven Park.
"All these people are here for us. They're here to support us so I wanted to use them to our advantage.
Olympics boxing: Luke Campbell wins Great Britain's second boxing gold
"It was my first fight so it's going into a different environment. No headguards, I was doing six rounds which I trained hard for.
"Each fight I'll learn a little bit for the next one."
However, despite nine months out of action, Brook was in impressive form, landing three right-hand punches early in the sixth round before an uppercut and a right punch had Jones off balance in the following round.
The fight could have been over sooner but it was stopped a round later with Jones flailing.
There was almost a shock in the fight for the Commonwealth light-welterweight belt when Liverpudlian
stopped Tommy Coyle in the 10th round.
The 23-year-old was four rounds ahead, according to the scorecards, before Matthews, 29, landed a left hook which floored his opponent.
Olympic bronze medallist
continued his impressive form since turning professional.
He won his third successive pro fight, beating Gary Boulden with a fifth-round stoppage..
Former professional footballer
also won his bout in Hull. He needed just three rounds against Joe Elfidh before the referee stopped the light-welterweight bout.
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