Crolla vs Shaw – William Crolla impressed, knocking out Martin Shaw early in the first round, a staggered Shaw tried and failed to evade the onslaught from the young Manchester fighter—a lot tougher tests to come for Crolla.

Crolla is still undefeated advancing his record to 2-0.

Ali vs Commerso – A calculated performance from Ali who boxed tidily and confidently.

The young fighter from Leicester won by unanimous decision in a straightforward affair. Ali improved his record to 4-0.

Lacey vs Kirk – Liverpool native Paddy Lacey impressed his home town crowd, stopping Kirk with a sharp body shot late in round one.

Lacey mentioned in this week’s press conference his intention of pushing for titles – a ticket seller who takes numbers wherever he fights. Lacey improved his record to 10-0.

Hatton vs Sampson – Son of Ricky Hatton, Campbell won by disqualification, Sampson was penalised for excessive holding – he was deducted points twice.

The referee decided enough was enough in round 8, calling the contest off. Hatton improves his record to 14-0.

Majid vs Farrell – One of the most entertaining fights of the night. Khaleel Majid the boxer of the pair and Tom Farrell the fighter, both gelled to make a barnstormer of a fighter.

The local, Farrell, showed heart before being dropped in the fifth round, he survived Majid’s onslaught late in the round.

In the sixth round, Farrell was dropped again only surviving for a few more seconds before Majid attacked.

Majid won by knockout – improving his record to 12-0.

Fiaz vs Bellotti – The pair boxed for the vacant Commonwealth Super Lightweight title. The fight started slowly with both throwing cautiously in the early stages. A cut opened above Reece Bellotti’s right eye in the middle rounds, appearing to impair his vision. Aqib Fiaz was dropped in round eight with his team throwing the towel into the ring. Bellotti now a two-time Commonwealth champion – record now 17-5.

Turner vs Yahaya – Jack Turner’s first professional fight back home in Liverpool.

The scouser reportedly sold over 1000 tickets. Turner made light work of his opponent, stopping him in the first round.

He now boasts a record of 3 – 0 with three knockouts. Liverpool might have a new star.

McGrail vs Mendoza – The pair fought for the WBA continental super lightweight title.

Fran Mendoza came in very much an unknown quantity but quickly gained Peter McGrail’s respect wobbling him early on – McGrail recovered with the middle rounds scored fairly even.

The atmosphere fell into a lull when the pair boxed cautiously – almost waiting for something to happen.

McGrail saw the fight out comfortably. McGrail won by unanimous decision.