James DeGale stopped Paul Smith in the ninth-round to claim the British super-middleweight title in only his ninth fight on Saturday night.


The Olympic gold medal winner DeGale 24, a professional novice on paper was taking a big step up in class to challenge the tough scouser for his Lonsdale belt, but shown a patient maturity in his work to eventually find a way through Smiths work before finally forcing the stoppage. read the full report.


JOE McNALLY v BERTRAND ALOA at middleweight, Joe McNally wins 39-38 In the opening bout over Bertrand Aloa

BILLY JOE SAUNDERS vs TONY RANDALL at super middleweight, Billy Joe Saunders beats Tony Randall with a devastating 2nd round knockout

LARRY OLUBAMIWO vs PAUL BUTLIN heavyweight, Larry Olubamiwo stops Paul Butlin in the eight and final round. 


PAUL BUTLER vs. ANWAR ALFADI at super-flyweight, Paul Butler wins 39-37 On his professional debut.

JOE SELKIRK vs STEVE O’MEARA light-middleweight, Joe Selkirk beat Steve Omeara on points
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KELL BROOK vs. PHILIP KOTEY Kell Brook (right above) stops Phillip Kotey in two rounds to retain hisWBO Intercontinental welterweight title.

MATTHEW MACKLIN vs. RUBEN VARON Matthew Macklin (below right) Retains his
European middleweight title title with a hard earned points win over Ruban Varon.


NATHAN CLEVERLY vs. NADJIB MOHAMMEDI Nathan Cleverly out-points Nadjib Mohammedi to retain his interim WBO light-heavyweight title

TONY BELLEW vs. OVILL McKENZIE
Tony Bellew successfully defended his Commonwealth light-heavyweight title, by stopping Ovill McKenzie in the round. Bellew had to climb off the canvas twice before coming back impressively.

Matthew Macklin


LIAM SMITH vs. MATT SCRIVEN
welterweight Liam Smith stopped Matt Scriven in the second round.

RONNIE HEFFRON vs. WAYNE DOWNING welterweight. Ronnie Heffron stops Wayne downing in just 30 seconds of their fight.

Reports from Phil D Jay at Ringside for ‘The Return of the Magnificent Seven’ show in Liverpool.

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