Galahad finishes the round strongly, and it's likely enough to keep him in front. However, he's trying to win the fight with his jab, which could be risky as Hughes is still trying hard to close the gap. 10-9 Galahad.
Hughes' output is increasing, but the rounds remain tight. This fight is begging for either man to roll the dice, but both fighters are taking care of their attacks. Hughes does just enough. 10-9 Hughes.
These are hard rounds to score. Both will be happy with what they're doing, but it's Galahad who's forcing things that little bit more with his jab. This session could go either way, but it's another close one for Galahad. 10-9 Galahad.
A better round for Hughes, who scores well with his left hand in the last 30 seconds. Galahad is forcing the fight, but Hughes was able to match his industry in round three, and he takes the round. 10-9 Hughes.
Terri Harper produced the performance of her career to become a world champion at super-welterweight with a victory against Hannah Rankin. Despite moving up in weight, Harper proved she belonged in the ring with Rankin, and she was punch perfect from the first bell. After building an early lead, Harper took over in the fight's second half to become world champion with scores of 98-92 x 2 and 97-93. A rematch with Natasha Jonas could be huge in 2023.
Josh Warrington, in attendance working for DAZN, will defend his world featherweight title against Luis Alberto Lopez on Dec. 10 in Leeds. Warrington is aiming to secure a huge fight in 2023 and can take one step closer by defeating Lopez.
The ring education of Sol Dacres continued as he went ten rounds for the first time against Ariel Bracamonte. Dacres was the better fighter for large portions, and although he received several warnings from the referee, he still stayed in control to take the fight 99-90 on all the judges' scorecards. Bigger tests are ahead for Dacres, but he'll be satisfied to go ten rounds.
2020 Olympian Cheavon Clarke continued his march up the rankings with a stoppage win against Marcos Karalitzky. The tough Argentine gave the bout everything, but Clarke's power was too much, and the fight was halted in the fourth session.
Cyrus Pattinson claimed his first title as a professional with a mature performance against Jorick Luisetto. The Newcastle man was in control from the first bell, and after dropping Luisetto with a solid shot in round six, the referee stopped matters shortly afterwards. Pattinson's win against the Frenchman brought him the IBO Continental title.