LIVE boxing graces Wembley Arena tonight in London as David Avanesyan takes on Oskari Metz in a welterweight clash.
Elsewhere on the card, Hamzah Sheeraz is up against Jez Smith while prospects Dennis McCann and Karol Ituama are also in action.
- Start time: 7pm GMT
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McCann vs Tondo – R7
Tondo stumbles off balance and McCann tries to pounce as he bounces off the ropes.
But the African is tremendously tough and keeps on throwing.
A McCann right hook stings Tondo and he stumbles again but refuses to fold.
Tondo looks close to collapse, mouthguard dangling from his bloodied mouth. Another thrilling rounds ends.
McCann vs Tondo – R6
McCanbn’s defence improves but Tondo keeps harrassing him and landing.
McCann hurts him though ithe final few seconds and Tondo wobbles but does not fall.
A fizzing end to the stanza as both pocket rockets fire off a Hail Mary shots looking for a last-gasp KO.
McCann vs Tondo – R5
Tondo shoud nick this round with the judges.
The flyweight underdog has clippde the bantamweight world title prospect with half-a-dozen flush shots.
McCann needs to step-it up quickly to avoid anything embarrassing like a shock draw on the cards.
McCann vs Tondo – R4
The two southpaw’s are still going at it, McCann looking for a highlight reel KO, while Tondon wants to catch him with anything.
McCann not putting the combinations together to finish this early.
Tondo has not won a round but a decision win for McCann will not strike fear into his domestic rivals.
McCann vs Tondo – R3
Tondo enjoys some success at the start of the third, tagging backtracking McCann a couple of times.
But the Englishman regains his cool and his control of the bout.
McCann ends the stanza peppering Tondo with shots but the Tanzania tough-guy will not fold.
McCann vs Tondo – R2
McCann throws a haymaker and loses his balances, almost falls over but Tondo fails to pounce.
Tondo gets clipped and covers up while McCann unloads a flurry on his guard.
Not enough jabbing or patience from the Englishman, everything a bit rushed so far. But two McCann rounds in the bank.
McCann vs Tondo – R1
Dennis ‘The Menace’ McCann takes on Charles Tondo in the bantamweight division now.
McCann is one of Frank Warren’s hotest prospects with a long southpaw stance and wicked punches.
Tondo is usually a flyweight so this contest should not ask the Englishman too many questions.
McCann stalks his prey and aims left-handed power punches at him but Tondo survives the opener.
Chamberlain wins – R6
Before the sixth can even start, the bout is waved off.
Ofori’s corner appears to have pulled their man out of the firing line.
Chamberlain was teeing off on him and it looked like it was taking its toll on Ofori.
Ofori vs Chamberlain – R5
Ofori is flagging now and struggling to stem the tide.
Chamberlain has walked him down from the first bell.
Ofori’s corner yell “let you hands go” and he gamely throws shots at the towering favourite.
Chamberlain gets a final verbal warning for roughhouse tactics but wins another round.
Ofori vs Chamberlain – R4
Ofori’s nose is bleeding now but he hasn’t looked hurt.
Chamberlain cannot break down the tough North Londoner.
Ofori is a respected road warrior who regularly takes on challenges above his division.
And Chamberlain is learning why so few fighters are able to stop him.
Ofori vs Chamberlain – R3
Chamberlain failing to use his height and reach advantages so Ofori is able to rough him up.
Both men get a warning for a scrappy contest and too much pushing and shoving.
Chamberlain gets frustrated and drops his guard and offers Ofori the chance to whack him.
Ofori is making it tough for Chamberlain but the 23-year-old prospect is banking the rounds.
Ofori vs Chamberlain – R2
Ofori crouchs low and targets Chamberlain’s body.
The underdog cannot do much damage but it makes it hard for Chamberlain to land anything.
This is a scrappy round with Ofori smothering the Pompey man and neither landing much cleanly.
Ofori vs Chamberlain – R1
Chamberlain towers over Ofori and fires left hands down to his body and face.
The Waterlooville ace gets a warning for pushing Ofori’s head down during clinches.
Ofori holds up better than most of Chamberlain’s previous victims and makes the opener competitive.
Jeff Ofori vs Mark Chamberlain
Portsmouth dangerman Chamberlain emerges to Fugees classic ‘Ready or Not’.
The lightweight ace has 6 KOs on his 9-0 record and will fancy a seventh here.
But Tottenham’s Ofori is tough and will not want to to be stopped in front of a London crowd.
Abdulah wins TKO – R6
The referee stops the action with Bhatti taking a needless beating.
With blood pouring from all the orifices on his face, the official stops the assault.
Abdulah celebrates a good six-round test and victory.
Bhatti vs Abdulah – R4
Abdulah lands with another sweet counter when Bhatti dives in.
Bhatti makes a lot of noise when he throws these shots but they only slice through the air.
Abdulah now with four 10-9 rounds in the bank.
Bhatti vs Abdulah – R3
Bhatti throws a comedy uppercut that takes him flying into the air and almost 360 degress.
Abdulah keeps clipping him and scoring points from a safe range.
Bhatti is finally hurt and his legs stiffen for a second.
But he survives the round, surrendering a third to Abdulah.
Bhatti vs Abdulah – R2
Bhatti is tagged plenty of times but never stops walking forward and throwing haymakers.
Abdulah is fighting well off the backfoot and making his rival pay.
Two rounds to the North Londoner but Bhatti remains a threat .
Bhatti vs Abdulah – R1
Four rounds of featherweight action now at Wembley arena.
Islington’s Masood Abdulah gets a big roar from the London crowd.
Abdulah whips hooks into his Indian rival’s ribs early on and peppers his high guard with jabs.
Bhatti is here for a shock win, though, and hurls plenty of shots back before the bell.
Ed up son
The Dubai referee takes a point from Muhammad Waseem for repeated holding in round six.
The penalty has been coming as Edwards is outboxing him when given the chance.
This will play right into Edwards’ hands and he coasts closer to another points victory.
Sun-shine on a rainy day
Edwards is struggling to cope with Waseem’s relentless pressure.
The Brit isn’t losing the fight – or even the rounds – but he is definitely not enjoying the bout.
Waseem will keep asking questions until the final bell.
Edwards usually has all the answers in the ring and online when tackling trolls.
Sunny side up
Britain’s IBF flyweight world champion Sunny Edwards is defending his crown out in Dubai right now.
The Croydon ace is in control with opponent Muhammad Waseem suffering a couple of cuts already.
The champ will be hoping to unify once he comes through this test.
Turner wins TKO R3
Njegac is floored by the latest ruthless left hand and takes a knee.
Turner’s punches have been spiteful.
The Croat beats the count and keeps on soaking up abuse.
The ref jumps in to save the brave visitor. Good stoppage.
Turner vs Njegac – R2
Njanec wobbles for the first time from a rasping left backhand.
But Turner still cannot land a knockdown.
Turner is not using his jab to much effect but a left-hand-right-hook combination is precise and punishing.
Two to Turner.
Turner vs Njegac – R1
Southpaw beanpole Turner fires in dozens of vicious left hands.
The Croatian journeyman does well to last the opening minute, let alone the round.
Njagec ships shots to his right temple and his ribs but bravely refuses to buckle.
Round one in the bank for the Turner.