Telford International Centre, Telford - Light heavyweight prospect Tommy Fury (6-0, 4 KOs), who is the younger brother of WBC world champion Tyson Fury, continued his winning ways with a four round decision over previously undefeated Jordan Grant (2-1).
The referee issued the sole score of 40-36.
Grant came out swinging and looking to catch Fury cold in the first round. Fury was being defensive and using the jab to set up his bigger punches. In the second, Fury was doing well to avoid Grant's wild swings. The action was competitive, with Fury having the edge over Grant's aggressive work, which wasn't very accurate.
During the third, Grant landed a solid combination that Fury took well. Later in the round, Grant tried to rush Fury and ate several hard punches for his trouble. The shots seemed to rattle Grant a bit as the workrate declined. In the fourth, Fury controlled the action and was outboxing Grant, who was doing a lot of holding at times, but landed as solid right hand - which Fury took well.
Also on the card, middleweight prospect Caoimhin Agyarko (9-0, 6 KOs) broke down and stopped Ernesto Olvera (11-7-1) with heavy shots to the body.
The fight was stopped by Olvera's corner stopped the fight at the end of the third, as their boxer was in severe pain from body shots.
English bantamweight champion Liam Davies (9-0, 4 KOs), who just signed a promotional deal with Frank Warren, stayed busy with a second round knockout of Stefan Slavchev (11-39-2), who went down four times.
Davies came out firing in the first round. He would drop Slavchev against the ropes and came close to losing a point for hitting the journeyman while he was down. A moment later, Davies unloaded with a combination for a second knockdown.
Once again, in the second, Davies came out like whirlwind and scored a third round knockdown - which was followed by a fourth and the fight was stopped.
Featherweight Adan Mohamed (2-0) took part in the second fight of his career with a decision win over Luke Fash (2-60-2).
Mohamed never had Fash in trouble, but easily outboxed him over four rounds, to secure the sole score of 40-36 from the referee.