It was another incredible night of action as the #RotundaRumble3 took place in front of a passionate crowd at Caesars Bluewaters Dubai on Friday.
The massive event was live in the US on ESPN+ in association with Top Rank and worldwide on IFL TV, and featured a number of incredible stoppages and exciting fights.
Aliu Bamidele Lasisi successfully defended his WBC International super-flyweight title after a split draw with Norbelto Jiminez, while there were knockout wins for the likes of Cesar Mateo Tapia, Zhan Kossobutskiy and Nurtas Azhhbenov.
A big upset on the card saw former world champion TJ Doheny suffer a defeat, as he was beaten by Ionut Baluta.
Here’s all you need to know from a fantastic night of action….
ALIU BAMIDELE LASISI drew NORBELTO JIMINEZ SD10
WBC International super-flyweight title
Lasisi said: “My opponent was a good fighter who has fought for world titles before but I thought I won the fight. I’m proud that my fans came out and showed me the support.”
ROHAN DATE bt RIVO KUNDIMANG TKO4
Date said: “I was buzzing in the back all day as there are some superstars on this show and I want to be at that level.
“This is the first time I’ve shown everyone what my boxing ability is like and I hope everyone enjoyed it against an opponent who was strong and tough.
“It’s great being out here in Dubai as I’ve got a big fan base here, and MTK Global and Round 10 Boxing are doing fantastic things.”
IONUT BALUTA bt TJ DOHENY UD8
CESAR MATEO TAPIA bt STEVE COLLINS JR TKO1
ZHAN KOSSOBUTSKIY bt ABRAHAM TABUL TKO2
NURTAS AZHBENOV bt JR MAGBOO KO1
FAIZAN ANWAR bt GIDEON AGBOSU RTD4
SULTAN AL NUAIMI bt SULIS BARRERA UD4
LALRINSANGA TLAU bt HAIDARI MCHANJO UD6
The #MTKFightNight action returns tomorrow as a massive card takes place at the Brentwood Centre in Essex, with Danny Dignum (12-0, 6 KOs) defending his WBO European middleweight title against Alfredo Meli (17-0-1, 5 KOs) in the main event.
Elsewhere, Sam Gilley (10-0, 5 KOs) takes on Curtis Felix Jr (10-1, 1 KO) for the vacant Southern Area welterweight title, Shaquille Day (13-0, 2 KOs) faces Kaisee Benjamin (9-1-1, 2 KOs), while unbeaten James Hawley (5-0) and Josh Adewale (3-0) also square off.