All the results LIVE from Dubois vs Fujimoto and William vs Fox

BBN are reporting LIVE from ringside at the Daniel Dubois (13-0) vs Kyotaro Fujimoto (21-1) WBC Silver and WBO International Heavyweight Championship contests.

Liam Williams (21-2-1) faces American Alantez Fox (26-1-1) for the right to become number one in the rankings for the WBO world middleweight crown and Sunny Edwards (13-0) fights for the vacant British super-flyweight title against former amateur teammate Marcel Braithwaite (9-1), with Light Heavyweight prospect and Love Island star Tommy Fury (2-0) making his long awaited return to the boxing ring.

Full report and result from 'The Fight Before Christmas' below:

 

Fight # 1 – 15:00 hrs (First Bell)

6 X 3 Minute Rounds International Cruiserweight Contest
JAMES BRANCH JNR​​​​ v ISTVAN ORSOS

The first bout of the night saw James Branch Jr stop Istvan Orsos after 2:34 of round four to move up to 7-0.

 

Fight # 2

4 X 3 Minute Rounds Welterweight Contest
MICKEY BURKE JNR​​​​ v M.J HALL

Mickey Burke Jr made it three from three with a shutout points win over MJ Hall after four rounds of boxing.

 

Fight # 3

4 X 3 Minute Rounds Featherweight Contest
LOUIE LYNN​​​​​ v ​BRETT FIDOE

Featherweight Louie Lynn impressed with a 40-46 points victory over the tough Brett Fidoe to improve his perfect record to 5-0.

 

Fight # 4

4 X 3 Minute Rounds Lightweight Contest
MOHAMMAD BILAL ALI​​​​ v JAMIE SPEIGHT

Beckton's Mohammad Blal Ali, moves to 4-0 with a 4-36 points victory over three-time Southern Area champion Jamie Speight.

 

Fight # 5

4 X 3 Minute Rounds Super-Lightweight Contest
HENRY TURNER​​​​​ v NAHEEM CHAUDHRY

iBox Gym debutant Henry Turner (1-0), trained by Al Smith and Eddie Lamm, gets off the mark as a pro with a 40-35 points win over Blackburn's Naheem Chaudry.

The seven-time national amateur champion, known as "Our 'Enry" had his opponent decked in the third round of the four-round super-lightweight contest.

 

Fight # 6

6 X 3 Minute Rounds Super-Bantamweight Contest
CHRIS BOURKE​​​​​ v LOUIS NORMAN

Yet another KO for the heavy handed Streatham southpaw Chris Bourke. That's five KOs from six victories!

He knocks out former English flyweight champion Louis Norman with one single hammer blow after 2:46 of round three in their six-round super-bantamweight contest.

'2Sweet' Norman was flicking out a left hand trying to confuse Bourke, who bided his time patiently, and then came forward with a right hook which Bourke rolled under and countered with a left hook of his own that left his foe on the floor for a long duration after the count. The replay shows that the shot landed on the temple, which explains why Norman hit the canvas so heavily.

Trained by Martin Bowers at the Peacock Gym in Canning Town, the 25-year-old Londoner looks like a top prospect going into 2020.

 

Fight # 7 

4 X 3 Minute Rounds Lightweight Contest
SAM NOAKES ​​​​​ v DARYL PEARCE

Maidstone's Sam Noakes stops Daryl Pearce in round three of his second professional fight at lightweight. The referee deemed it necessary to intervene at 2:07 of the third round to avoid Pearce receiving any further punishmant.

 

Fight # 8

8 X 3 Minute Rounds International Middleweight Contest
DENZEL BENTLEY​​​​ v ​ADAM GRABIEC

Denzel Bentley adds a second-round stoppage to his impressive resume. That's 10 KO's in 12 wins for the 24-year-old Battersea bomber!

A crushing overhand right, which was the first of a three punch combo, forced the Pole backwards. From there, he went on the hunt and a series of straight left hands to the head forced referee Jeff Hinds to step in at 1:35 of the second stanza.

Managed by Martin Bowers, 'Mr. 2 Sharp' is part of a thriving stable at the Peacock Gym that includes tonight's headliner.

 

Fight # 9

THE VACANT IBF EUROPEAN SUPER-WELTERWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP
10 X 3 Minute Rounds
TROY WILLIAMSON​​​​ v DARIO SOCCI

Troy Williamson wins the IBF European super-welterweight title with a 10th round stoppage. Referee Steve Gray had no choice but to waive off the bout at 1:55 of te final round of the championship contest.

It was the 10th KO of the 'Trojan's' professional career and the first title picked up.

 

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Fight # 10
THE VACANT BRITISH SUPER-FLYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP
12 X 3 Minute Rounds
SUNNY EDWARDS​  (8st 2lb 9oz)​​ ​​ v MARCEL BRAITHWAITE (8st 2lb 8oz)

In what Edwards thought would be another straight-forward victory, He was instead troubled immensely by the man that almost retired from boxing completely just six months prior.

Sunny was dropped heavily by a right hand, left hook combo from underdog Braithwaite in the seventh round. However, the Croydon man came back stronger in the following eighth round, which was a disappointing three minutes from Braithwaite, who looked like he'd missed his chance at causing an upset.

More drama in the 10th round as Edwards is cut badly by a clash of heads. He hurts Braithwaite to the body before the away fighter is warned by the referee for the use of his head.

The fight manages to reach the end, with Edwards well ahead on the scorecards, but the decision goes to the three ringside judges.

Despite the late drama, Sunny Edwards is crowned British super-flyweight champion with accurate scores of 117-110 twice and 118-109.

 

Fight # 11
4 X 3 Minute Rounds International Heavyweight Contest
DAVID ADELEYE​​​​​ (15st 8lb 4oz) v DMITRIJ KALINOVSKIJ

Debutant David Adeleye won by technical knockout in the first round.

The heavy-handed Londoner was impressive and intelligent on his pro bow, forcing referee Mark Bates to halt proceedngs at 2:25 in the opener.

The Lithuanian opponent was backed up on the ropes within just 30 seconds but he managed to withstand the onslaughts. In the final third of the round, Kalinovskij beckoned Adeleye on and managed to catch him with a flush right hand which capped off a five-punch combo. It awoke a sleeping monster however, as Adeleye sparked into life and landed a heavy right hand that very nearly sent the cruiserweight known as "Rambo" to the floor but he miraculously stayed on his feet somehow. An unceasing series of seven to eight shots later and the fight was all over.

 

Fight # 12

THE VACANT WBO INTERCONTINENTAL CHAMPIONSHIP AND FINAL ELIMINATOR THE WBO WORLD MIDDLEWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP
12 X 3 Minute Rounds
LIAM WILLIAMS​​​​ (11st 5lb 4oz)​​ v ALANTEZ FOX (11st 5lb 12oz)

It's all over in the fifth! An incredibe performance from Welshman Liam Williams sees him dominate the taller, rangier Fox.

It was a sensible, controlled, patient and powerful performance from Williams as he finished matters in the fifth round to win the WBO Inter-Continenal middleweight title and line up a world title shot in 2020.

The American was left on unsteady at the end of the fourth round and he carried on the onslaught in the following and final round.

"The Machine" Williams was pleased with his performance, “We executed the game plan perfectly. We worked so hard in the gym, me and my trainer Dom Ingle.

“I know I’ve changed. I have good people around me – not just Dom but others in the gym like Billy Joe Saunders, Kell Brook and Kid Galahad.

“As far as the champions go, I’ll treat them exactly the same as I treated Alantez Fox tonight.”

 

Fight # 13

6 X 3 Minute Rounds International Light-Heavyweight Contest
TOMMY FURY​​ (12st 11lb 8oz)​​​ v PRZEMSLAW BINIENDA (12st 11lb 7oz)

Fury by name, Fury by nature - it was just 15 seconds for the first knockdown and 62 seconds for Tommy "TNT" Fury to secure the win.

The Love Island used the jab just once before he pummelled his unsuspecting counterpart with heavy right hands, backing him up on the ropes within seconds of the contest and then unleashed a series of body shots before finding a clean straight right hand to the head to knock the Pole down. The Mancunian continued his onslaught to deck Binienda a second time and he bravely rose to his feet again, but after more of the same, referee Jeff Hinds rightfully stepped in to stop it.

 

Fight # 14

THE WBO INTERNATIONAL AND VACANT WBC SILVER HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP
10 X 3 Minute Rounds
DANIEL DUBOIS​​ (17st 2lb)​​​ v KYOTARO FUJIMOTO (16st 6lb 4oz)

A huge shot from Daniel Dubois crumples his Japanese opponent in the second round to end the fight.

It was a patient start from Dubois, uncharacteristic from the man with 12 KOs from 13 fights on his record. Fujimoto was a good mover and evaded a lot of Dubois' attacks but he caught a heavy right hand flush in the face with a minute to go which received roars from the crowd.

In the second stanza, the Asian opponent was offering the same as before, which was plenty of movement and zero offense. As he bob and weaved in front of the Greenwich powerhouse, Dubois flashed out a fats and furious jab which abruptly took the visitor off his feet.

'Dynamite' remained patient, trying to find a decisive fight-ending blow rather than rushing his work. The 33-year-ld from Tokyo backed up and held on for dear life. 'DDD' tried to pummel his man into submission but he bravely stood firm, so the 22-year-old from the Peacock Gym kept his ditanceand range and then unleashed a right hand from hell to end matters with immediate effect.

It was a sensible, controlled, but decisively destructive performance from the young Daniel Dubois and you can't help but feel very excited to see what could happen with him in 2020. Although his opponent was not a worthy one, he's definitely ready for a big step up in class.

 

Fight # 15

THE WBO EUROPEAN SUPER-FEATHERWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP
10 X 3 Minute Rounds @ 130 lb
ARCHIE SHARP​​​​​ (9st 2lb) v ARTJOMS RAMLAVS (9st 4lb)

Welling's Archie Sharp defended his WBO European title for a third time with a unanimous points decision.

 

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