Derek Chisora gets a much-needed victory as he squeezes past Kubrat Pulev in a terrific battle. Both fighters had good moments, which was reflected on my scorecards as a 116-112 verdict for Pulev was outweighed by scores of 116-112 and 116-114.
It's a tough last round for both men, but Chisora scores well with excellent body shots. Pulev has put up a superb effort, but Chisora just stays in front. 10-9 Chisora. 115-113 Chisora on DAZN's unofficial scorecard.
The best round of the fight. It's all action from both men, and it will likely come down to who has more left. Pulev is having success, but he can't sustain it due to Chisora's resistance. Chisora does just enough to shade the round. 10-9 Chisora
Pulev has done well to bounce back after a tough previous round. A right uppercut rocks Chisora, but he's unable to follow up as Chisora goes on the attack. A good round for Pulev as the fight goes into the late stages. 10-9 Pulev
Pulev's best round. Is this contest turning? Chisora is either taking a break or feeling the pace as his output dropped massively in this round. Pulev took more chances, and he got through with a number of shots. 10-9 Pulev
Chisora is setting a fast pace, which could cost him later in the fight. Pulev is having brief success but not as much as his opponent. Chisora is winning this fight on hard work, but can he keep it up? 10-9 Chisora
A messy opener, and it looks like the referee is in for a busy night. Pulev has spent most of the round holding, and it's Chisora trying to force the fight. Not many shots have landed, but Chisora has done more. 10-9 Chisora
A nasty cut to the eye of Michel Soro in round three means Israil Madrimov will have to wait to secure a decisive victory over the French fighter as the fight ends in a technical draw. The Uzbek fighter looked superb in the opening two rounds, but when his head came together with Soro's, blood immediately began to pour from Soro's eye. The ringside doctor was quick on the scene and the contest was sensibly called off on her advice.
Ramla Ali won every round against Argentina's Agustina Rojas. The O2 crowd made plenty of noise for Ali and she didn't let them down as she went through the gears to dominate Rojas throughout. Could we see Ali face Ellie Scotney in the next 12 months?
Caoimhin Agyarko got more valuable rounds in the bank as he controlled all ten rounds against a brave Lukasz Maciec. The Belfast man started the fight quickly and landed multiple body shots, but when it became clear that the Pole was here to stay, Agyarko saw the fight out safely. Scores were 100-90 twice and 99-93.
Fabio Wardley warmed up for a potential British title fight against Nathan Gorman by stopping Chris Healey in two rounds. The Stockport man was brought in yesterday as a late opponent, and the short notice job was evident as he was down in the opening round. Wardley maintained his nastiness in the second session, and after flooring Healey again, the towel came in from Healey's corner. Is a big fight next for Wardley?