14th September 2012 , 19:30 BST
What more is there to say about Billy Joe Saunders? This charismatic and popular southpaw moves to 15 - 0 with a whirlwind performance as he blasts Australian opponent Jarrod Fletcher out with a second round TKO.
Hertfordshire-based Saunders dominated for the brief duration of the fight as he retained his Commonwealth Middleweight Championship in style.
The first round was a baptism of fire for Fletcher, fighting outside of Australia for the first time. He simply couldn't cope with the speed, aggression and persistance of Saunders who certainly won the opening round.
Fletcher found himself in serious trouble in just the second round. Saunders stung his man and sent him to the canvas in the early stages. And while the Australian regained his feet, he didn't regain his composure. Within moments, Saunders was straight back in his face, finishing the contest with a terrifying series of left-handers that forced the TKO.
Live from York Hall, popular prodigy Billy Joe Saunders will stage a second defence of his Commonwealth Middleweight Championship as he's challenged by Australia's Jarrod Fletcher.
Both men will enter the ring with unbeaten records, knowing that someone's 0 has to go!
The Hertfordshire youngster is already well on his way to becoming the biggest name on the British middleweight scene.
The southpaw boasts an impressive 14 - 0 unbeaten career, including nine knockouts, and will look to add another early stoppage to his record.
BoxNation fans are getting used to seeing Billy Joe Saunders end fights early. The powerhouse puncher was always going to make it big in the fight game, but got a lucky break when he was bumped up from the undercard to headline a show at the Royal Albert Hall in April.
Not only did he rise to the occasion, but he truly ripped it apart. On the biggest stage of his career so far, he destroyed Tony Hill in 30 seconds to win the vacant Commonwealth Middleweight Championship.
And now he's seeking a second defence of his belt against an unknown quantity in unbeaten Australian Jarrod Fletcher.
Known as "left jab", the right-hander Jarrod Fletcher has a very similar record to reigning Commonwealth champ Saunders.
Seven of Fletcher's 12 wins have come early, and he's the current Australian Middleweight Champion. This will be the first time Fletcher has fought outside his native Australia, and it's unlikely he's ever been somewhere as intimidating as the legendary York Hall.
14th September 2012 , 19:30 BST
10 seriously entertaining rounds live on BoxNation on York Hall. And when all was said and done, the rangy Bradley Skeete did just enough to convince the referee to award him a 97 - 95 points margin.
The win presents Skeete a first career belt - the International Masters Welterweight Championship - and allowed him to show his superior fitness, lightning jab and good movement about the ring.
It wasn't all plain sailing for the Penge-based fighter. Irishman McDonagh came to win, launching some stinging early attacks. It was very possible that McDonagh was ahead on the scorecard at the halfway mark after causing Skeete a few problems.
But Skeete grew into the contest, winning most of the later rounds using his superior stamina and working in behind his effortless jab.
As the final bell sounded, both fighters sent their arms skywards claiming the win. It was awarded to Skeete, who the referee adjudged to have won by two rounds.
Frank Buglioni is roared on to a powerful second round TKO in a packed out York Hall. Hundreds of Team Buglioni supported their man well, as he exploded out of the traps and sent his Northern Irish opponent to the canvas twice in the first round.
As the second started, the popular Enfield-based fighter smelled blood. He was on the front foot and set about Rae, putting him down for a third and final time. The referee had no choice but to wave the fight away as Rae looked like he'd lost the appetite for the fight.
Mitchell Smith's stock is growing. At the age of just 19, the Londoner now has three impressive wins under his belt. It's not just the results that he's picking up, but the manner of the wins themselves.
On this York Hall night, Smith showed a full range of punches, working the body of his Latvian opponent well and unleashing a series of slick hook shots.
Smith was well supported by his travelling army of 300 fans, who lit the blue touch paper of a fantastic atmosphere on another great York Hall night.
Steve O'Meara has won his last three fights by way of knockout. Once described as a good technician who lacked punch power, the Midlands light-middleweight has shattered that myth comprehensively.
He exploded out the blocks against Tony Randell, and it looked like he could end the fight at any moment. It took just three of six rounds for O'Meara to get the job done.
Halfway through the third, O'Meara unleashed a furious flurry of punches that sent his man to the canvas. Although Randell got back to his feet, the referee deemed that he was in no fit state to go on.
At 12 years younger than his opponent, it would perhaps have been understandable had Billy Morgan been outgunned. This wasn't the case.
Although at the age of 22 he's not an aggressive puncher, Morgan showed a compact, tidy style, switching from Al Hamidi's body well to his head well.
In the end, over eight two minute rounds, Morgan comfortably won all eight two minutes rounds as his much-journeyed opponent didn't throw many punches, seemingly content to give the young Londoner a work out.
The 80 - 72 win moves Morgan to 8 - 0 as he continues the promising start he's made as a professional.