18th May 2012
, 19:30 BST
BoxAcademy's Maiden Show
BoxAcademy makes a strong start
BoxAcademy makes its debut as we bring you some great action
from some of Britain's best up and comers.
There were wins for Rocky Fielding, Callum Johnson, Paul Butler
and Joe Selkirk as we came to you live and exclusive from the
Bowlers, Manchester, with our brand new concept show.
Introducing the class of 2012
Queensberry Promotions and BoxNation team up to bring you a
brand new boxing concept show - BoxAcademy.
BoxAcademy is designed to showcase the very best up and coming
domestic talent with a view to progressing those fighters to
Championship level. With BoxAcademy, we're putting the hottest
prospects to the very top of the bill, and demonstrating the
excellent strength and depth of the British fight scene.
BoxAcademy - Manchester
On Friday 18th May, we bring you some of the brightest up and
coming British talent, as Joe Selkirk takes on Jason Ball and Rocky
Fielding and Paul Butler are also on the bill. We'll be coming to
you live from the Bowlers Exhibition Centre, Manchester.
Weight Class: Super FlyweightThe "Babyfaced Assassin", Paul Butler, kicked off our great night of action with a third round TKO against Bulgaria's Hyusein Hyuseinov.
Weight Class: Light HeavyweightBoston's Callum Johnson extends his record to 5 - 0 as he takes a seventh round TKO against Doncaster-born James Tucker, moving him to a 6 - 50 - 3 record. The fight was only Tucker's third career stoppage.
The Vacant English Super Featherweight ChampionshipMancunian Terry Flannigan scores a 14th career win and secures the English Super Featherweight crown in the process. He beat 5 - 12 - 2 Dougie Curran from Newcastle on a unanimous decision over ten rounds.
Weight Class: Light MiddleweightNow 9 - 0, Liverpudlian Joe Selkirk defeats Doncaster's 5 - 7 - 1 Jason Ball with an eight-round points decision win.
Selkirk, 26, grew his reputation as a promising British light middleweight prospect with five knockout wins already to his name.
Yorkshireman Ball, 28, has scored knockouts in four of his five career wins, but that record is now accompanied by seven defeats.
Weight Class: Super MiddleweightSupported well by the Manchester crowd, Liverpool's Rocky Fielding moves to 10 - 0 as he beat 13 - 21 - 1 Belfast boy Ciaran Healy with a third round retirement.
Weight Class: LightweightTommy Coyle scores a routine third round TKO, his second stoppage in a row, against late stand in opponent, Maurycy Gojko from Poland.