Katie Taylor held onto her world titles with a dominant display against Karen Carabajal in a one-sided encounter that she was always in control of.
The key question heading into the bout was whether the Amanda Serrano classic earlier this year had taken anything from Taylor. Still, she answered those doubts emphatically by staying in control from the outset.
Carabajal did have a couple of moments in the bout where it looked like she could gain Taylor’s attention, but the response from Taylor was always positive, and she was always able to ride out any attack from the Argentine.
A big finish from both women. Taylor has neglected her boxing in favour of searching for a stoppage, and Carabajal is happy to meet her head-on. A solid ending from both, but it's Taylor who takes the round and surely the fight. 10-9 Taylor
Taylor is taking unnecessary risks that could allow Carabajal to make her mark. When Taylor boxes, she's winning well, but she is being caught more frequently. Carabajal edges the sixth. 10-9 Carabajal
Kiko Martinez's career runs on as he drops Jordan Gill four times before Dave Coldwell, Gill's trainer, stops the bout. Kiko was relentless from the word go, and after dropping Gill twice in round three, he repeated the feat in the following round. Coldwell's intervention was the right call, and Kiko may have secured himself another world title fight.
Johnny Fisher was far too strong for Dominik Musil as he destroyed the Czech visitor in the opening round. Cheered on by huge support, Fisher gave his fans the perfect performance as he let his hands go from the opening bell. After dropping his opponent twice, the referee jumped in before Fisher could do more damage.
Ellie Scotney displayed skills beyond her novice professional status as she produced an excellent performance to outpoint Mary Romero. Scotney had to be switched on against the tough Spaniard at all times, and her industry was rewarded after ten rounds, with all three judges giving Scotney the nod. Scotney will have her eyes on a world title shot next year.
Gary Cully made a massive statement as he destroyed Jaouad Belmehdi in seconds. A brilliantly timed left hand was all that was required as Cully sent out a warning to the lightweight division. Cully will be eager for a big fight in 2023.