Cox vs Albert

Jamie Cox Ferenc Albert

Cox Albert

National Stadium, Dublin, Ireland

On air @ 5pm



The WBO European Super-Middleweight Championship

Post fight analysis

Jamie Cox extended his first round knockout streak to three in a row, with a Punch of the Month contender, demolishing Ferenc Albert to retain his WBO European Super-Middleweight Title.

The slick Swindon southpaw put on another thrilling display which has earned him the reputation as one of the biggest punchers in the Super-Middleweight division.

Also on the card, Jamie Conlan defeated Adrian Garzon with a fourth round stoppage.

Conlan, returning to home soil has set up a potential domestic dustup with Super-Flyweight rival Paul Butler.

Peter McDonagh's purple patch continued with a hard fought, deserved points victory over Dean Byrne.

McDonagh, who became a three time Irish Champion in the process, boxed and moved terrifically opening up an early lead to ensure the vacant title headed to the MGM gym in Marbella.


19-0 Swindon star Jamie Cox stages the first defence of his WBO European Super-Middleweight title against Ferenc Albert.

Southpaw Cox, 29, won the European crown in his last outing when he scored a stunning first round TKO over Blas Miguel Martinez as he improved to a 19-0 record, with 11 knockouts.

Now one of Britain's fast-rising super-middleweight stars looks to throw his name into a busy division packed with big British fighters, including Frank Buglioni and George Groves.

Jamie Conlan Adrian Dimas Garzon

Conlan Garzon

On air @ 5pm

Super-Flyweight contest

Vijender Singh Dean Gillen

Singh Gillen

On air @ 5pm

Middleweight Contest

Indian middleweight star Vijender Singh looks to follow up his explosive debut win on October 10 with his second professional fight in front of the Irish fight fans.

Olympian Singh faces unbeaten Dean Gillen (2-0) on this undercard tussle.

Peter McDonagh Dean Byrne

McDonagh Byrne

On air @ 5pm

The Vacant Irish Welterweight Championship