15th September 2012 , 20:30 BST
Cuban IBF World Cruiserweight Champion Yoan Pablo Hernandez successfully defends his strap against the tireless Canadian Troy Ross in Germany. It was an entertaining 12 rounds, where Hernandez and Ross seemed to share the spoils and the decision could have gone either way.
There were danger signs for Hernandez in the third as Ross managed to rock him with a series of blows, but it wasn't until the fifth round that the fight truly sparked into life.
Ross sent Hernandez to the canvas and we came perilously close to a surprise early conclusion, but the IBF Champ regained his feet and, though he looked groggy, worked his way back into the fight manfully.
The ninth round saw the pendulum sway back the way of Hernandez as a fierce left hand left his opponent woozy.
As the final bell sounded, Troy Ross raised his arms in what he, and the majority of the German crowd, thought was a win for the Canadian. The judges surprisingly saw things differently, however, awarding Hernandez a unanimous decision with 114 - 113, 115 - 112, 116 - 112.
The crowd whistled the decision, while Troy Ross's post-fight interviews demonstrated how angry he was with what he saw as a blatant wrong decision. At the age of 37, this may well have been the Canadian's last chance to shine on the world stage.
In form Cuban Yoan Pablo Hernandez makes a mandatory defence of his belt on German soil against former Olympian, Canada's Troy Ross.
The 6ft 4in Hernandez has a 26 - 1 record, with half of his wins coming by way of stoppage.
Hernandez is an imposing and elusive southpaw, and will have the backing of the German crowd as he is based in the European nation.
Last time out, Hernandez downed the experienced Steve Cunningham twice en route to a unanimous decision win.
At the age of 37, an IBF title bout is likely to be Troy Ross' last chance of winning a marquee belt.
The veteran Canadian has a strong 25 - 2 record, with more than half of his wins coming through knockouts.
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At the end of the sixth round, Spaniard Roberto Santos was completely snowed. His unbeaten opponent, Germany's Dominik Britsch, was easing his way to a comfortable points win, and there was very little threat from "El Tigre of Benidorm".
Fast forward three minutes and 45 seconds, and referee Daniel Van de Wiele was standing between the two men to save a cut and battered Britsch, handing Santos the EBU-EU Middleweight strap.
The intervening period saw a complete sea change in the fight. As the curtain came down on the seventh stanza, Santos launched into a complete tirade, including beating Britsch's guard from his mouth and to the canvas.
The bell might have saved Santos in the seventh, but he came of his stool with little enthusiasm for three more minutes. 45 seconds into the eighth, with blood pouring from his left eyebrow, the referee waved the fight off and Britsch's unblemished record was erased.
The 26 - 0 German Dominik Britsch faces 17 - 6 Spaniard, "El Tigre of Benidorm", Roberto Santos. The bout is a rematch after the two men drew their February 25th contest, which was also for the EBU belt.
That title is on the line once again as Britsch and Santos warm up the crowd ahead of the night's main event, Yoan Pablo Hernandez v Troy Ross for the IBF Cruiserweight Championship.